SummaryandResponseChina

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Eubanks 1 Bailey Eubanks English 1304 Mr.Reiter January 29,2008 Government: Helpful or a Hindrance Often times in movies and television we observe a horrifying story that is too awful to be true. There’s a story so shocking it can wake many people up to realize that there is something crucially wrong with our world. In Nicholas Zamiska’s article entitled “Caged in China,” we hear from the peoples side of how the Chinese government is giving little or no help to the clinically ill citizens of its country. Nicholas states the thought that the government should be directly responsible for providing medical care to patients who are in dire need and cannot afford such treatment. On the opposing sides of should care be given or should it be limited, I agree with Nicholas when he states his opinion. He explains horrifying examples and the conclusions that come from the government not providing treatment to these lower-class citizens. In Zamiskas article, he says that many of the lower class citizens in China are not obtaining sufficient health care or none at all. The artile tells the story of a young man by the name of Wang Guocheng. At the age of 21 he began showing signs of mental illness
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