Published June 10, 2008
The New Atlantis, Number 20, Spring 2008, pp. 17-31.
Reform of the U.S. health care system is a tremendously complex undertaking, and while it may seem that those who support government-run health care are nearing victory, James C. Capretta argues that proponents of market-based reforms are starting to coalesce around a workable and politically practicable program-one that would make much-needed incremental changes without disrupting existing arrangements for Americans satisfied with the health care they have today.
[Click here to read this article from the Spring 2008 issue of EPPC's journal The New Atlantis.]