Britain’s cherished, lousy National Health Service

This Los Angeles Times piece is an extract of Dalrymple’s forthcoming (to the web; it’s already out in print form) essay in the Summer 2012 issue of City Journal. He discusses a paradox: although the NHS ranks lower than other systems in many measures, the British are more satisfied with their system than the citizens of other countries are with theirs.

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