“Chapter 1: Health Care is Not a Right” – Get a Free Chapter of Sally Pipes’ Book
Proponents of a government-run health care system – such as a Medicare-for-All plan promoted by Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez or a stepping stone to single-payer like a “public option” promoted by former Vice President Joe Biden – start from the premise that health care is a right.
Politicians from the late Sen. Ted Kennedy to Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, have argued that Americans have a “right” to health care. But as Sally Pipes writes in her #1 Amazon.com bestselling book for health care law books, False Premise, False Promise: The Disastrous Reality of Medicare for All (Encounter), “this rhetoric presents a false choice.”
With the future of America’s health care system on the ballot in the 2020 campaign, she writes, “health care is neither a right for the many nor a privilege for the few. It is a good and service, just like everything else in our market economy.”
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