Amy Waldman


At a Local Library, A Pro-Nazi Exhibit

By Amy Waldman

This Wisconsin town, with a population of 18,800, is the kind of place where church parking lots fill up on Sundays, people leave their cars running when they duck into the grocery store and residents greet former neighbors like long-lost friends when they come back for a visit.Marshfield, about 200 miles northwest of Milwaukee, is also homeRead More


In Sickness and Health (Care): Marrying To Get a ‘Blue Card’

By Amy Waldman

Several days ago I developed a dreadful cough and started feeling feverish. Fearing pneumonia, I rushed home to my boyfriend and said, “Let’s get married!”I am one of more than 41 million Americans who, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, currently live without health insurance, . Nine months ago I left a career as an analyst on Wall StreetRead More



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