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Who should provide healthcare: the government or the market?
Health care should be voluntary and market provided, not mandatory, nor provided or regulated by government.
Markets have shown that they are more efficient at providing healthcare than government programs and can therefore maintain a given level of healthcare quality at a lower cost.
Using force to implement a mandatory healthcare model is unjust and unethical.
Patients and doctors should make healthcare decisions, not government agencies or government-regulated insurance companies.
The standard of healthcare provided is superior if it is provided by the market.
It is unethical to derive profit from life-sustaining healthcare services.
Government control of healthcare can ensure higher quality or consistence of access and application.
It is the appropriate role of government to provide healthcare for their citizens.
It's unjust that in a market-provided health care system the poor will be unable to obtain needed health care.
The healthcare market lacks the necessary features to be provided by the free market alone.
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