MIT Economist Jonathan Gruber, who advised the Obama Administration on health care reform and was an architect of Governor Romney's health care reform in Massachusetts, has written a new 152-page comic book that explains and combats some common misconceptions about the new federal health reform law, the Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act ("Affordable Care Act" or "ACA"), which some refer to as "Obamacare."
The intent of the new book, Health Care Reform: What It Is, Why It's Necessary, How It Works, is to explain in simple and clear language the complexities of the Affordable Care Act and what it means for the average person and business owner.
The arguments of critics are acknowledged in the book, and the author aims to present the facts in a clear and balanced way. Judging from glowing reviews by customers on Amazon.com, the book seems largely to have achieved its purpose.
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