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Another perspective on Tiananmen Square's "Tank Man."

Bernie Sanders lays out the case for single-payer.

• "The Republican Party, and arguably the whole conservative movement, is not the left's biggest enemy at the moment," writes Chris Hayes.

• Is it time to simply junk the Securities and Exchange Commission?

Has the U.S. lost its innovative spark?

By Ezra Klein  |  June 4, 2009; 6:00 PM ET
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re our innovative spark:

cutting a wide swath in the enrollment in the uc system, is going to mean fewer students reaping the benefits of excellent teaching and research opportunities.....and that will create its own long~term deficits in creativity and innovation for our future.
the sacrifice of educational opportunities here in california could hardly come at a worse moment.

Posted by: jkaren | June 4, 2009 8:18 PM | Report abuse

Can you follow up on the Gawande article now that we've had a chance to read it?

Specifically, with the public option debate ongoing what are you thoughts on Gawande's thesis that the quantity/quality driver of costs is unaffected by the payer.

Thanks.

Posted by: hoi_polloi | June 5, 2009 7:03 AM | Report abuse

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