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In Government-Regulated Healthcare, There Is No Competition Like No Competition

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11/08/2022Antony Sammeroff
Narrator: 
Michael Stack

Progressives are quick to blame escalating healthcare costs on free markets, yet it's government rules and policies that are responsible.

Original Article: "In Government-Regulated Healthcare, There Is No Competition Like No Competition"

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Author:

Antony Sammeroff

Antony Sammeroff co-hosts the Scottish Liberty Podcast and has featured prominently on other libertarian themed shows including The Tom Woods Show, Lions of Liberty, School Sucks Podcast, and many more. His book Universal Basic Income — For and Against (with a foreword by Robert P. Murphy) is available in paperback and on Amazon Kindle. His previous self-help book Procrastination Annihilation is free to download from BeYourselfAndLoveIt.com. Antony blogs on economic issues at SeeingNotSeen.Blogspot.com and his articles have also been published by the Scottish Libertarian Party, the Cobden Centre, The Backbencher, The Rational Rise, and ActualAnarchy.com.

Original Article: 
In Government-Regulated Healthcare, There Is No Competition Like No Competition