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August 26, 2009


I'm sure Brendan didn't mean to pre-judge that Health Care Reform would either improve efficiency and fairness, or, at worst, lead to no change. It's
a quibble, but Brendan might have made the downside risks more clear by writing something like, "One can argue about whether reform will make the health care system more or less efficient and whether it will be more or less fair."

That's why I meant; just clarified above.

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