Difference between public and private health care: Guest columnist: Longing for small and simple government silly

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Clean air and water were in abundance then, but in the modern world, they are not to be found in the absence of complex and far-reaching government regulations and standards. Food production was largely local then; everyone knew what they were consuming and where it came from, so there was no need for public-sector institutions to assure food safety and health. Transportation was rudimentary then, requiring hardly anything from government. Now, it is impossible to get from here to there absent contributions from a complex array of public-sector institutions. Health care and education were simple and local. Today, they are dependent on complex arrays of private and public goods and services.

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