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As cited by marginson the difference between elite

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As cited by Marginson, the difference between elite universities and others is how society values the elite university (2006). The argument is valid. If all of the premises have been verified, then the conclusion is true. The first premise, medication can be given to those who are unable to pay. In the second and third premise, evidence was provided showing the negative impact of the present healthcare system. For the final premise, it provided informative facts which make the premise true.
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Running Head: FREE EDUCATION AND HEALTHCARE 4 Reference Hadley, J. (2003). Sicker and poorer—the consequences of being uninsured: a review of the research on the relationship between health insurance, medical care use, health, work and income. Medical Care Research And Review: MCRR , 60(2 Suppl), 3S. Pizer, S. D., & Prentice, J. C. (2011). What Are the Consequences of Waiting for Health Care in the Veteran Population? Journal of General Internal Medicine , 26(Suppl 2), 676-682. Rosenbaum, B. P., Patel, S. G., Guyer, D.L., Dunn, S. R., Herceg, M. E., Knox, C. K., & Miller R. F. (2008). The Pharmaceutical management system at Shade Tree Family Clinic: A medical student-run free clinic’s experience . Informatics For Health & Social Care , 33(3), 151-157. doi:10.1080/17538150802184828 Simon, Marginson. 2006. Dynamics of National and Global Competition in Higher Education. Higher Education , (1)1, 1. doi:10.1007/s10734-004-7649-x
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