Fundamental health care reform for the United States

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President Obama's health care reforms are the most controversial that the United States has ever seen. Proponents and opponents portray them in radically different terms. Here, Jonathan Gruber explains why statistics from previous experience are of only partial use; and on page 124, Jasjeet Singh Sekhon looks at the uncertainties and false inferences that have been ignored by commentators on both sides.

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