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Jacob Zipperstein Universal Health Care Universal health care is a national health system that is controlled by the government and paid for by raising the taxes of their citizens. Denmark, statically the happiest place on earth, has universal health care. The majority of the Dane’s argue that they would much rather do what is morally accurate as apposed to what is many consider to be selfish. Even though their taxes are substantially higher than Americans, roughly 50%, as long as they can live comfortably they do not mind helping their fellow man in order for him to be treated for something that is probably curable. America, on the other hand, does not have universal health care. The issue of whether or not universal health care should be implemented into the United States has been an ongoing argument since the Cold War. When the cold war began, many Americans were regaled with stories about how horrible communism is and anything that has to do with being a socialist is completely horrific. To this day many Americans think
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2010 for the course CHEM 10966 taught by Professor Vollhardt during the Spring '10 term at Berkeley.

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