Egalitarianism In Healthcare

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Out of all of the modern, industrialized countries, the U.S. ranks last in providing a universal health care system. The U.S., along with the rest of the world, used to be a part of hunter-gather societies where they believed in equal rights and opportunities for everybody. Now egalitarianism seems to have lost its purpose since humans have evolved. “Equal opportunity” does not happen to everyone since there are two kinds of people, those who can afford health care and those who will end up in bankruptcy. Other countries such as France, they have a better health care system since their system, is established on the solidarity of the people and they take care of each other. The French beliefs in equality reflect that of an egalitarian society.

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