在本文中，有6個來源被引用和解釋，以達成對這篇文章的論點陳述的共識。論文的主旨在於探討美國大學英語教學的現狀。S應提供免費的衛生保健系統，其中每個人的衛生保健需要得到滿足，而不需要資金(Cutler et al. 3-25)。毫無疑問，按照美國的普遍法律，美國人民有權享受免費醫療。當政府說人們應該工作，他們將不得不提供稅收，這是正常的，但當一個人不舒服，不能照顧自己，那麼政府就必須介入，做必要的事情。對美元的控制是政府和他們的美聯儲部門的責任，他們有能力像佩爾贈款一樣提供和印刷所需的貨幣。然而，醫療保健行業的成本一直在上升，越來越少的人有能力或收入得到適當的治療。本文共發表了6篇參考論文論文陳述的文章，以勾勒出重點鮮明的觀點。
這篇文章是2014年發表的一篇新聞文章，作者是《赫芬頓郵報》(Huffington Post)的傑弗裏·楊(Jeffrey Young)。這篇文章解釋了爲什麼世界上最富有的國家不能在醫療保健方面向人民分配平等和自由的權利。作者用《合理醫療費用法案》(Affordable care act)來解決這個問題，說明即使在該法案出臺之後，仍有3100萬人沒有醫療保險(年輕的320人)。這意味着，如果不提出這項新法律，未投保的人數將減少2500萬人。這篇文章進一步描述了公衆對奧巴馬發起的後來被稱爲奧巴馬醫改的計劃是如何不滿意的。美國現在面臨着巨大的黨派分歧，自由派認爲法律更受歡迎，而保守派則認爲這是最糟糕的事情。
In this paper, there are 6 sources that have been referred to and explained to reach the consensus on this essay’s thesis statement. The essay thesis statement lies in exploring whether U.S should provide free health care system wherein each individual’s health care need is met without the requirement for capital (Cutler et al. 3-25). There is no doubt on the perspective that as per universal American law, American people have the right to free health care. It is alright when the government says that people should work and they will have to provide taxes but when one gets unwell and cannot care for their own selves, then it is essential for the government to step in and do the needful. The control of American currency is the responsibility of the government and their federal reserve’s department with the ability of providing and printing money as needed just as the Pell Grant. However, the costs in the health care industry have been on a rise with lesser and lesser individuals having the capability or the income to get their treatment done properly. This paper has undertaken 6 articles that refer to the essay thesis statement in order to outline the key distinct perspectives.
Should U.S have free health care system?
The article is written by Daniels, N., namely, “Justice, Health and Health care”. This article explored what it means to have complete justice and what it means for the health care system. As per this article, a morality based view was given to the argument under discussion. “The article noted a clear relationship to be present between opportunity protection and health care depicting that the essential distributive justice principle to regulate the health care system design is a principle that helps in opportunity equality protection (Daniels 121-231)”. Any justice based theory which leads towards supporting an essential equal opportunity assurance can therefore lead towards being extended into the system of health. Considering these arguments collectively, the article concluded that as there is unequal opportunity distributed to people trying to access health care, the health care in U.S is not free. Therefore there is a measure by which the system can be made free for all people of U.S with the key requirement being in equally distribute access to people that is exempt the price of that health service which have lower income scale.
This article is a news article published in 2014, by Jeffrey Young at Huffington Post. The article provided explanation as to why the richest nation of the world has not been able to distribute equal and free rights to people when it comes to health care. The author addresses the issue with the Affordable care act illustrating that even after this act, there were 31 million individuals that do not have an insurance of health (Young 320). This implies 25 million less uninsured individuals than there would be if this new law was not proposed. The article further depicts how the public at large is not happy about what Obama had initiated which was later on termed as Obamacare. The country has now faced a big partisan divide with liberals being of the view that law has more favorability while conservatives see this as the worst thing to have happened.
This article has been taken from United Nations World Health Organization report to explore the health care industry’s brutal truth. The article depicted the state of thousands of people that spend their life time in long queues without any result in the end. Some are those U.S based citizens that have walked for several miles only when their blood pressure is checked and some sleep in their automobiles with the wish that their mammogram might get completely (OECD Health data 12). The article furthermore provided unique insight into the extent to which the issues lie and the divide present between those getting their services and those not able to afford it. The article made it apparent that the key first term programme plant of health care reform by Obama has been a weaker influence. More focus will be needed for the same.
Another article considered is from Yes Magazine, namely, “Health care: It’s what ails us”. The article was unique in the sense that it provided a unique perspective on health care systems of US from the perspective of those seeking help (Pibel et al. 14). The article further enlightened the perspective that health care being free is not only a necessity for individuals of U.S but also the organizations that have to file bankruptcy sooner or later due to medical bills.