By Rituparna Basu
Universal health care, a system in which the government guarantees each citizen a certain level of medical care, is considered by many an ideal. In countries that have it, medicine is said to be cheaper, of better quality and more fairly distributed. This talk explains the alleged ideal of universal health care and then challenges it.
This talk was recorded at the Objectivist Summer Conference 2015 in Charlotte, NC.
(MP3 download, 51.20 MB)