The next American crisis is healthcare
As the country is engulfed in a financial crisis the likes of which few could have imagined, nothing has changed about healthcare. The nation had a troubled healthcare system before the credit crunch came along, and while other issues have leap-frogged to the top of the nation's attention level, they have not lessened the severity of the healthcare problem.
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