Forbes January 17, 2020
John C. Goodman

In just about every critique of the U.S. health care system, the subject of prices is front and center. See for example, It’s the Prices Stupid: Why the United States Is So Different from Other Countries and the more recent update.

We pay the highest prices in the world, we are told. There is some truth in that, but there are qualifications you need to know about which I will address below.

So, what do radical progressives want to do about the problem of high prices? They want to nationalize the entire health care system.

If that doesn’t sound strange to you, it should. But perhaps you don’t pay a lot of attention to liberal blogs and leftwing thought.