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Many complain about health care reforms and envy neighboring countries like Canada on their single-payer system. Nonetheless, the universal healthcare system may have many cost effective benefits for everyone, but who wants reduced prices at the stake of the quality of their treatment. Although Dressel appeals to social ethics in acquiring the single-payer system as a healthcare reform, but Ezkeil Emanuel does a better job by explaining the truth between the lines of this system and how it contradicts with the American values and hence, claims that with little improvement the healthcare we have today will more sufficient. While some see a single-payer health care system to be best option to reduce healthcare costs and save many lives for whom cannot afford insurance. In reality the single-payer system is just another government run agenda to place a greater burden on taxer payers moreover, the availability of it will result in minimal quality healthcare and its ideology will win no support from the rightists hence making the system completely unsuccessful.


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reading this introduction what do you feel like I am about to write about..
do you feel it is an argumentative essay

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    Frankly, I like this one best -- as long as you leave off the underlined section at the end:

    While many complain about health care reforms and envy neighboring countries like canada on their single-payer system, there are many complications that come from this stance on healthcare reform. Although Holly Dressel has some good points about social ethics in her essay that back the single-payer system, Ezkeil Emanuel does a does a better job on explaining the truth between the lines of the proposed system and how it contradicts with the American values. Hence enacting a single-payer health care systems seems to be the best option to reduce healthcare costs and save many lives, but I believe it has several flaws and oppositions.

    Be sure you correct the spelling of this man's name: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ezekiel_Emanuel

    And ... if you need specific instruction about any part of the argumentative paper, this site has the best ideas I've found: http://www.powa.org/argumentative-essays
    (from Stating your Proposition and downward)

    Let me know if you have further questions.

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