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Read the article and answer to those questions(a,b,c,d). government spending for 2008: National Defense (Military): 21%, Social Security:
Read the article and answer to those questions(a,b,c,d).
U.S. government spending for 2008: National Defense (Military): 21%, Social Security: 21%, Income Security (food stamps, cash assistance to low-income persons, disability economic assistance, unemployment) : 13%, Medicare: 12%, Health (funding for the Food and Drug Administration, Centers for Disease Control, biomedical research, healthcare services for underserved populations, federal retirees' health benefits, and healthcare for military retirees): 10%, Net Interest on the Debt: 9%, Veterans benefits: 3%, education: 3%, transportation: 3%, and 5% other. Read the article below. (a) Why does Dr. Shieh believe Australian medical care is superior to the U.S.'s for patients and doctors? (b) Find online the corresponding figures for Australia's federal government spending. What are they? (c) Does Australia's percentages match up with ours? (d) Where in the U.S. allocation of federal funds-from the percentages given in the question here-would you shift funding to pay for universal healthcare?
Trump is right about Australian health care, an American doctor in Australia says
BY MARIE SHIEH
The Kansas City Star, Opinion
May 19, 2017