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In your opinion, are effective measures (such as giving parents beans in exchange for vaccinatingtheir children) worth taking if they are paternalistic? Explain.» This response was posted on Jul 19, 2015 at 9:53 PM EDT.Yes, I shows that even though their actions are selfish, the gesture is equal and may spark some clearthinking in others that oppose.Which of the following is cited as a benefit of the health investments suggested by the authors?A. reduced illness and deathCORRECT ANSWER.B. lower unemploymentC. decreased rates of educationD. stronger democracyWhy do the authors not care whether or not their recommendations are seen as paternalistic?