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Obamacare wasn’t as bad as critics thought it would be — it wasn’t revolutionary, either

6 mins | Jun 23, 2021
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Its impacts, both negative and positive, were simply not expected. American journalist Megan McArdle was a committed critic of the Affordable Care Act when it was signed into law. Eleven years, she argues that although her general predictions were wrong, this was partially due to the fact it was not as successful as its supporters expected.
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