Socialized medicine? Universal healthcare? Radical medical education? Read the 1974 memoir by health equity pioneer @FitzhughMullan to see how it turned out a generation ago. They read Mao’s Little Red Book instead of Osler’s Aequanimitas, allowed community members to select residents rather than the faculty, and lived to see themselves become part of the systems they sought to change. Maybe they teach us: changing systems is more powerful than protesting them.