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Wednesday, August 26, 2009

THE USA AND FRENCH HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS: MYTHS AND PROBLEMS

Today's Buggy Topic

It's wide-ranging and found in a thread at Economist View, the laudable web-site run by Professor Mark Thoma, an economist at the University of Oregon. 

There are three long buggy posts in that thread.  One points out a myth about the US infant-mortality rate viewed across rich countries.  Two other posts deal at length, the face of enraged protests from some other posters, with growing troubles in the French healthcare system . . . extolled by some chronic posters at Economist View as the world's greatest.  Odd.  As you'll see, 74% of Frenchmen were found in a survey poll last October (2008) to believe that their healthcare system is problem-laden and getting worse.

Click here.  And be sure to note that at the bottom of the 1st page of comments --- where two of prof bug's posts are found --- you should click on the Next-Page button to find a third buggy post.  Enjoy the frazzled frets and bravado assaults that the chronic defenders of the French healthcare system have shot prof bug's way.