The Increasing costs of healthcare. Why are costs increasing, who is it effecting, why, how? What are the political efforts to address this (such as the ACA) and what are the political differences over it? Obstacles to reform? Use peer-reviewed academic journals to objectively analyze the social costs of people unable to afford health insurance. Avoid speculating and focus on why, what the consequences have been of policies actually pursued.
A four and ½ page (minimum) Paper on your topic (not including reference page) will be due on Mon Dec 14th. The format for the Papers will be double-spaced, 12-point font, Times New Roman, 1-inch margins. There will be a minimum of 6 references, at least 4 of which will be from peer-reviewed academic journals. Instructions will be provided for citing sources and quotes.
Already found 3 of the sources:
Morone, James A. 2018. “Health Policy and White Nationalism: Historical Lessons, Disruptive Populism, and Two Parties at a Crossroads.” Journal of Health Politics, Policy & Law 43(4): 683-706.
Obama Barack. 2020. “THE HEALTH OF A NATION.” New Yorker 44(6): 24-39.
Trachtman, Samuel. 2019. ” Polarization, Participation, and Premiums: How Political Behavior Helps Explain Where the ACA Works and Where It Doesn’t.” Journal of Health Politics, Policy & Law 44(6): 855-844.