"Of all the arguments favoring the coordination and control of the healthcare industry by the central planning agency of the state, the healthcare-is-a-human-right argument seems to be the most convincing one, even to those who may favor a free market approach to the problem of coordination of scarce health resources. How can we as a society possibly deny healthcare to someone in need? How can we turn away an orphan or a widow? How can we be so heartless? Doesn’t justice call for the assurance of healthcare to all, especially those in need? Shouldn’t the state assume that task?"