Shattered Lives: One Hundred Victims of Government Health Care

Posted: Aug 25, 2009 2:56 PM
The National Center for Public Policy Analysis has just published a new book, "Shattered Lives: One Hundred Victims of Government Health Care".  

The title gives you a sense of what the book documents, but here's an excerpt from talk show host and best-selling author, Mark Levin.

"...Shattered Lives will educate you, the American public, to the horror of government-managed health care where it exists today.

In this book are documented stories from Canada, the United Kingdom, South Africa, Japan, Australia and elsewhere - countries in which citizens literally die waiting for health services.  Among other horrifying takes, you will cringe over tales of expectant mothers unable to find an available hospital bed, elderly patients denied routine cataract surgery and people in agony who resorted to do-it-yourself dentistry.

These tragic stories warn us that turning more of our health care decisions over to the government is sure to bring us nothing but pain."

NCPPA is offering a FREE download of their book, which you can get by clicking here.  If you have a blog, NCPPA has waived the copyright, and encourages you to re-publish it's work to help spread the word. 

Excerpts from "Shattered Lives" will be highlighted here in the coming days and weeks, so stay tuned...
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