Phyllis Richardson

Design book editor

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Design book editor; expat-American writer living with her family in England since 1992. Her three sons were all born in England, with care provided by the National Health Service. She has appeared in Michael Moore’s film, Sicko.

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Michael Moore 's latest film  Sicko  dramatizes the sometimes deadly shortcomings of America's health care system.

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