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Posted at 6:12 PM ET, 01/24/2011

Reconciliation

By Ezra Klein

Recap: Why Obama's poll numbers might matter; when "competitiveness" is a bad thing; and the people who will -- or won't -- save American health care.


Elsewhere:

1) Filibuster reform dead?

2) Why sensible people worry about deflation.

3) Atul Gawande is on Twitter!

4) So am I!

5) The Obama administration must be very happy about this article.

6) An interesting program from Blue Shield/Blue Cross in Massachusetts.

Recipe of the day: The name of this cake made me think it'd have booze. It doesn't. But it could!

By Ezra Klein  | January 24, 2011; 6:12 PM ET
 
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Comments

Um . . . isn't wine a booze?

Posted by: pj_camp | January 24, 2011 7:47 PM | Report abuse

Ezra when you're focused, you only write about health care. When you lose focus, you could wind up writing about virtually anything, like the profit margins in maple syrup, or the environmental effects of wooden chopsticks!

What are we going to do with you?

Posted by: johnmarshall5446 | January 24, 2011 8:35 PM | Report abuse

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