How the GOP created the candidate(s) who could destroy the party
by Adam Mills
I. Our Wallace
Many commentators have picked up on the striking similarities between Donald Trump and George Wallace. “Both candidates prospered by milking their followers’ sense of powerlessness,” wrote Jack Shafer recently for Politico.
Last spring, I argued that, “the economic and social arguments for Medicaid expansion are overwhelmingly positive.” A recent report from the Kaiser Health Foundation confirms this argument, and adds additional insight to the advantages of expanding Medicaid.
The Kaiser report analyzed all 50 states’ Medicaid programs.
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