Socialized Health Care in the United States
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This paper discusses America's current free market system of health care in a negative light and offers a suggestion of socialized health care to improve the status quo. The paper also explores socialized health in the rest of the world and expands on why it would be suitable for the United States, offering statistics to qualify its opinion.
From the Paper:"Many of the critics of the concept of a universal health care system point to what they consider deficiencies in foreign systems of socialized medicine, and warn against similar programs in the U.S. Since the Canadian system, which provides universal care to the entire population and contains costs effectively, can hardly be faulted, critics look overseas to Great Britain, which has one of the most complete systems of socialized medicine. One of the first objections to the British system is that it restricts freedom of choice and lowers overall standards of care; the fact that fully private care is available to anyone in Britain who can pay for it would appear to answer that question effectively."
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