Tag Archives: Ezra Klein
If Senator-elect Warren becomes known as the legislator who brought sanity to the filibuster, she will have accomplished more in one term than many in Washington.
She couldn’t have picked a better target for two reasons:
How did the individual mandate, a Republican Party idea, come to gain near universal opposition by Republicans as unconstitutional? That is the question asked by Ezra Klein in Unpopular Mandate in the June 25 New Yorker. Klein’s answer relies on social science research and is fascinating.