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It would be interesting to see a chart breaking down US life expectancy by income.
More shame :(Fury in Cambodia as US asks to be paid back hundreds of millions in war debtsHalf a century after United States B-52 bombers dropped more than 500,000 tonnes of explosives on Cambodia's countryside Washington wants the country to repay a $US500 million ($662 million) war debt.http://www.smh.com.au/world/fury-in-cambodia-as-us-asks-to-be-paid-back-hundreds-of-millions-in-war-debts-20170311-guvxyp.html
I'd call it insanity. The US needs to get USD that it alone issues from Cambodia? In what universe?
It would be interesting to see a chart breaking down US life expectancy by income.There was a study run by someone with a Japanese name - Iwaki? - at Harvard Public Health- some odd years ago that only Yves Smith and Doug Henwood, I think, noticed the existence of. Showed that the bottom third of UKers in income were healthier than the top third of USAns. In general, socialized medicine whole makes populations healthier in ways that nobody has been able to exactly put a finger on.
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