A Post-Election Agenda for Washington

by Conrad Black

From my most recent NRO article, on some bold actions D.C. policymakers can take: “If the administration really wishes to have a health-care reform worthy of pride and capable of generating the approval of historians and voters, it should propose an immediate second stage to temper and fine-tune this year’s Frankenstein Monster of an initiative before it is dismantled by the states, Congress, the courts, and the ingenuity of the discontented.”


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