ObamaCare is Because Obama Cares!
Svashenkova, Polina (2014)
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Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) is a historical piece of legislation and the most significant domestic policy achievement of the Obama administration to date. In rare departure from the norm, those who oppose the law have kept up the fight years after it was passed by the Congress. The roots of the escalating health care debate in the United States of America go all the way back to the nineteenth century. The main purpose of this research is to offer a complete overview of the events in the past of the United States that shaped the US health care system. In order to achieve that, this bachelor paper provides a balanced way to understand health care reform-related decisions that are made in the United States now and outlines some meaningful conclusions that forecast the future of the PPACA in the upcoming years. The author mainly gathered relevant information required for the bachelor paper from the secondary research. Many sources gave partisan opinions due to the very politicized nature of the research topic. For this reason the author encourages readers to use critical thinking.