Government healthcare always causes problems in the economy. It raises prices and quality goes down. This is usually the truth when it comes to all government programs in the economy. Government intervention always ruins the economy. The solution should be to let the people run their own lives and create their own solutions. read more
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It used to be the UK, but not any more. I think France, Spain, and the Scandinavian countries have the best systems.
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