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Health Care Reform: What It Is, Why It's Necessary, How It Works 1st Edition
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A Look Inside Health Care Reform: What It Is, Why It's Necessary, How It Works
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“Jonathan Gruber, one of the country’s smartest health care minds, has brought the epic struggle of health reform to life. By explaining the challenges in our health care system as well as the benefits of the reform with imagination and verve, he accomplishes what many have tried and failed to do—he makes the case for health reform as an important achievement for the American people.” —Neera Tanden, President of the Center for American Progress“Having spent years working to make health care work for Americans, Jonathan Gruber has now provided another service: walking everyone through the benefits of the Affordable Care Act reforms so consumers are armed with accessible information. In an age when information is power, Gruber’s book is fun and informative, and it boils down the facts of health care reform for all Americans.” —Senator John Kerry
Top Customer Reviews
The arrogance of this type of thought, it has been typical of current leadership for six years.
Also, I've seen him on TV lately and he can't bring himself to admit or even address the entire "You can keep your healthcare plan and keep your doctor" lie, which was the reason for Obama's re-election and the basis of the entire move to socialize medicine in America. Obama should admit the lie and resign now.
Prof. Gruber is very slippery and untrustworthy and his comic book isn't looking so cute anymore, especially to the 6 million people who've just received health insurance cancellation notices, which will soon be 12 million.
Like Obama, Gruber is corrupt to the core and just another Ivy League wacko socialist professor with full tenure. Obamacare won't work any better than Amtrak did or US Post Office; they can't even bring up a website and had to give $500 million to Michelle's Princeton classmate to try to do so.
Obamacare has destroyed the private practice of medicine and will set our nation back decades in terms of medical R&D.
When MD Anderson, Sloan-Kettering and Cleveland Clinic start laying off thousands, you know we are heading for real trouble and horrid healthcare.
Wake up America this is what the elites think of you? You are stupid, too dumb and you need information given to you in a comic book!
They should be free and a copy put in every bathroom stall in case their is nothing left on the TP roll!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Totally outdated and no longer reliable. Useful only as an historical document.Published 16 days ago by Reckless Reader
This manual helps even the "stupid American public" understand the hubris of Jonathan Gruber!Published 3 months ago by Theodore A.
It takes time to explain the complexities of health care reform, so this was a great approach. This was much more enlightening and accurate than TV punditry. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Marko
Don't waste your money... politically motivated by the develper of ACA and who made a joke of our nation.Published 3 months ago by L3V17e
Great explanation of the ACA/ObamaCare act by the person who crafted the MA version, fought with and against what was created at the Federal level and has both an inside and... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Technologist for Too Long
I just bought this to see what this crook had to say for himself. Book is a comic, unfortunately he is not.Published 6 months ago by bbfan
Easy and informative. Had it as a required grad school book and it was extremely helpful on a very complex and convoluted topic.Published 7 months ago by Scott