We're pretty deep into the politics of health-care reform now. The conversation is all about votes and compromises and concessions. So it's good to listen to Princeton's Uwe Reinhardt explain the broader policy context.
We've come fairly far, but even if this bill passes, there'll be a long way to go.
December 7, 2009; 12:40 PM ET
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