The Dangers of Socialized Medicine exposes the dangers that Americans face with the prospect of socialized medicine. Bringing together the thoughts of twelve eminent advocates of the free-market philosophy, this book explains in an easily readable, well-reasoned way how government policies have caused America’s health-care crisis and why a complete separation of health care and the state is the only real, long-term solution. This book prescribes the tough medicine that Americans need to take to achieve a healthy, prosperous, and free society.
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- Author: Jacob G. Hornberger, Richard Ebeling
- Publisher: Future of Freedom Foundation
- Release Date: 1994
- Page Count: 87 pages