Thoughts from a Canadian on the Canadian Socialized Medical System

Thoughts from a Canadian on the Canadian Socialized Medical System
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“In Canada the state likes to control the industry; in the US monopoly power is doled out by the state but usually vests in private hands – so up here you have state monopolies and crown corporations while down there you have antitrust and cronyism…or “state capitalism” (or corporatism) – in Russia you have oligarchs.”

Ed Bugos, over at Whiskey and Gunpowder, contrasts the Canadian and American healthcare systems here. Take a look.

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Mark enjoys studying history, libertarianism, and spending time outdoors. He would love to be able to travel and spend time with good people. He welcomes all comments, criticisms, and questions.

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