Health care in a national health program: a fundamental right
Do or should Americans have a right to health care or some appropriate level of it? To explore this difficult and complex question, we must say something about rights and ways to justify them; about considerations which favor a right to health care; about what level and kind of care the right may involve; and about what can be said against such a right. We believe that a right to a decent level of health care should be recognized and enacted in public policy.
University of Utah Press
Health care; Rights; Americans
Medical care; Right to health care
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