Thoughts on the Extraordinary NHS Delusion

The British National Health Service recently celebrated 70 years of providing mediocre to substandard health care to the British population and Theodore Dalrymple weighs in on the NHS delusion at Law & Liberty.

That the British – freeborn Englishmen – have so willingly acceded to their own pauperisation in the name of equality and security (what they receive may not be the best, but they can at least be assured that they will receive something), and in the process suppressed their own critical faculties, is a fascinating, if minor, episode in human political evolution. 

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