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"Hacker's assessment is measured and balanced.... This book will be read by two audiences: those who are interested in health policy per se and those who are interested in the policymaking process. It is equally instructive for both."---Mary E. Guy, American Political Science Review

"Mr. Hacker brings commendable clarity to a subject that has usually encouraged jargon and convolution."---David Greenberg, The New York Times Book Review

"Co-Winner of the 1997 Louis Brownlow Book Award, National Academy of Public Administration"

"As an intellectual history, his narrative is unrivaled.... Hacker's book raises many provocative questions ... and it is for that reason that it is immensely valuable."---Flint J. Wainess, Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law

"[Hacker] is particularly adept at showing how top policymakers used the media to sell ideas, not just to the public, but to each other.... A fascinating portrait."---Julian E. Zelizer, Reviews in American History

About the Author

Jacob S. Hacker is a Guest Scholar in Governmental Studies at the Brookings Institution, a doctoral candidate in political science at Yale University, and a Robert M. Leylan Fellow in Social Sciences at Yale University.

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