About 11% of Americans do not have any type of medical coverage. Furthermore, it is not that US social spending is dedicated to other things, since the US does not have certain benefits that are common in other OECD countries such as maternity leave and paid sick days. He also spends less on unemployment benefits, housing assistance, early education (and his children start education later than elsewhere). The result is that inequality in the US is higher than in other OECD countries.

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