Uwe Reinhardt

Princeton University

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Professor of Economics and Public Affairs at Princeton's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and a member of the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences

Uwe Reinhardt on KCRW

Democrats passed the  Affordable Care Act  all by themselves, a massive reform of the healthcare system that makes up one sixth of the US economy.

Will the Hard Sell for Obamacare Be Too Little, Too Late?

Democrats passed the Affordable Care Act all by themselves, a massive reform of the healthcare system that makes up one sixth of the US economy.

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Democrats passed the  Affordable Care Act  all by themselves, a massive reform of the healthcare system that makes up one sixth of the US economy.

Will the Hard Sell for Obamacare Be Too Little, Too Late?

Democrats passed the Affordable Care Act all by themselves, a massive reform of the healthcare system that makes up one sixth of the US economy.

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March 23 will be the second anniversary of President Obama's  Affordable Care Act , a massive collection of complex provisions that is sure to be a major issue in this year's…

Healthcare in the US: The Politics and the Prices

March 23 will be the second anniversary of President Obama's Affordable Care Act , a massive collection of complex provisions that is sure to be a major issue in this year's…

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