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Andrew Sullivan says Brits expect bad healthcare. Is he wrong?

By James Crabtree  

The NHS, from the pen of Sullivan

The NHS, from the pen of Sullivan

This debate caught my eye. Do Brits expect bad healthcare?

Ezra Klein says: “About a quarter of Britons are satisfied with their health care system. Less than a fifth of Americans can say the same. Similarly, a mere 15 per cent of Britons want to dynamite the awful beast and start over. More than a third — a third! — of Americans feel the same way. Indeed, none of the socialised systems have even half…

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