Tag Archives: health reform

The Increasing Irrelevance of the U.S. Presidency

The weakened office of the President raises very serious questions about the ability of the United States to adapt to modern times.

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Balancing Political Checkbooks

What can President Obama and Chancellor Merkel learn from each other during their Washington meeting?

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Fiscal Policy and Inequality: Latin American Lessons for the U.S.

How much reduction in inequality can, or should, the United States expect to achieve through fiscal policy?

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B.O. = G.O.?

Will President Obama’s legacy be a world where non-Americans are the true agents of change?

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Lower Healthcare Costs: Learning From History

How did Presidents Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter tackle high prices in key sectors of the U.S. economy?

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Obama's Lost Opportunity

Why isn’t President Obama taking more tough stances on key issues?

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Stop Wasting Time on Health Care

How much does it cost an individual to buy medical insurance on the U.S. private market?

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Fixing U.S. Health Care

What kind of healthcare reforms should President Obama pursue?

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