Obamacare’s fate, as well as its namesake’s legacy, will depend on informing and persuading the uninsured to sign up.
Articles By: Daniel Lynch
Daniel Lynch '15 is the Associate United States Editor of the Harvard Political Review. He covers Congressional politics and socio-political commentary. He enjoys following sports and is an avid St. Louis Cardinals fan. He also likes traveling (the journey as much as the destination), reading, and watching old movies.
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