Universal Health Care

4 April 2015
Discussion of why America should implement universal healthcare.

This paper is an examination of the US health care system and how the current system costs too much, covers too little, and excludes too many.
“According to the group Physicians for a National Health Program, the battle to universalize health care has been going on since the turn of the twentieth century. During the early 1900’s, the Progressive Era involved active reformers working to improve the social conditions for the working class. Since support for health insurance benefit programs were much more active in Europe, these countries have had much more rapid developments in health care over the past century (1). Thus, European health care systems have progressed to be more effective as well as more stable than those of the United States. In fact, currently, the United States of America is the only industrialized nation in the world, which does not provide all of its citizens with some form of health care (Wang 12). ”
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