Isn't it weird that your boss can decide if you die from cancer? This is practically the logic of employer-based health insurance. If you have it, you can get chemotherapy; If not, go ahead and be wealthy independently. If you can't even make it then you will simply die.
Americans do not apply this logic to other necessary services. It's not like your house is on fire. The firefighter says, "Sorry, you have no cover for it. If I am to save your house, I need $ 250,000. It is just beginning. Steve & # 39; s really the door specialist, and that will be a number of other charges … "So why are doctors not offered as public services, such as firefighters, police officers, teachers or lawyers? As with many terrible things in life, from the cowboys to the assassinations of the President, you can thank Dallas.
Even into the 20th century, hospitals were not places where you healed. You went to die and that's about it. Health care was barely regulated, full of snake oil, and extremely cheap. In 1
Guide to American Health Care
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