Universal Health Care: The Cure or the Disease?Unfortunately, I live in Colorado and won't be able to make it. But I encourage anyone in the Southern California area with an interest in health care policy to attend!
Thursday, October 30, 2008 (7:00pm - 9:00pm)
UCLA Campus: Moore 100
Health care has been an important issue in politics, especially in the last several years. Amidst much specific policy analysis and political quibbling over superficial issues, the fundamentals have been ignored: What are the underlying philosophic and economic considerations? Is universal health care moral? Does it achieve its stated goal? Is there an ethical and practical alternative?
Come hear Professor Mark Kleiman (UCLA Department of Public Policy) and Dr. Peter LePort, M.D. (Ayn Rand Institute Board of Directors) answer your questions about the issue of universal health care.
7:00pm: Opening Statements
7:30pm: Q & A with the Audience
Parking is available for $9, available for purchase at the Parking Information Kiosk at Westwood and Strathmore.
Parking Structure 6 is in close proximity to the event location.
Please allow 30 extra minutes to secure parking and walk to the venue. Doors open at 6:30pm.
Media should contact Arthur@ClubLogic.org to RSVP for parking and priority seating
Sunday, October 26, 2008
UCLA Health Care Debate
The UCLA Objectivist Club will be sponsoring the following debate on October 30, 2008, "Universal Health Care: The Cure or the Disease?":