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Some Health Care Crises Are More Critical Than Others

As Eric Cohen and Yuval Levin explain... They claim that there’s a bipartisan conspiracy to ignore the most genuine of the crises. That’s because any real attempt to reform Medicare in order to save it would be painful and sobering. The crisis is part of the challenge of our aging society, and that demographic trend isn’t changing soon.

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This is a terrific analysis. Thanks for calling it to our attention, Peter.

There’s more on this here in Commentary’s new blog.

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