From the book of the same title Edited by Mary O’Brien and Martha Livingston
1. It's good for our health.
2. It costs less and saves money.
3. It will assure high quality health care for all Americans, rich or poor.
4. It's the best choice - morally and economically.
5. It may be a matter of life or death.
6. It will let doctors and nurses focus on patients, not paperwork.
7. It will reduce health care disparities.
8. It will eliminate medical debt.
9. It will be good for labor and business.
10. It's what most Americans want - and we can make it happen.
If you don't think these reasons are good enough get the book and get the details. It's cheap used on Amazon or borrow from your library for free. If you find another good book, let me know, I'll post it.