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  1. It is a disappointing analysis. I would have thought Fuchs would be more sensitive to the danger of hastily designed reform, danger especially to
    the least well-off. Yet he seems to feel that the main danger is just that such reforms will not “have the ingrediants to endure.”
    Fuchs also blames “interest groups” for “blocking the will of the people.” Perhaps he should allot some blame to those interest groups who fail to really bring forward what the issues are. A startling number of people seem to believe, for example, that the insurance companies are the sole source of the high costs of health care. Perhaps if they knew more, there would be more pressure for efficient results.

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