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Ralph Whitehead Jr.

Journalism's frayed relationship

By Ralph Whitehead Jr.
January 21, 2008

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ADEQUATE HEALTH insurance is widely seen as a good thing for everyone to have. But private health insurers don't offer adequate coverage to all at affordable prices. This is a case of something close to what economists call market failure: Something is deemed important, but there isn't enough of an incentive for the private sector - the market - to ... (Full article: 755 words)

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