When doctors strike the death rate falls

Some of the most privileged and best-paid public employees of all, but 'It's not fair,' they whine

Some of the most cossetted and best-paid public employees, but ‘It’s not fair,’ they whine

This, a professor of public health once indicated to the young Dalrymple and fellow students, was an even stronger argument than the purely ethical one against doctors resorting to such action, or inaction.

Dalrymple comments:

No profession should lightly expose its uselessness to the public gaze.

It's not fair! We want more money and privileges

The rent seekers

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