Timothy Noah

Timothy Noah is a former Slate staffer. His  book about income inequality is The Great Divergence.

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May 10 2010 6:14 PMObama vs. WellPointHow the insurance giant's bad behavior advances health reform.
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April 28 2010 7:23 PMGOPanicIf the Democrats are doomed in November, why is it Republicans who are freaking out?
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April 14 2010 6:18 PMThe Emergency-Room GapPutting to rest a cherished myth about the uninsured.
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April 8 2010 6:53 PMUnchanged MindsA majority of Americans still believe the uninsured are doing just fine.
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March 31 2010 6:38 PMHealth-Reform BubbemeisesThe four best lies about the new health care law.
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March 21 2010 6:56 PMThe Stupak MysteryWhy did he hold out for a meaningless executive order?
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March 15 2010 7:08 PMHealth Reform's Virgin BirthThe brouhaha over the "Slaughter strategy."
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March 21 2010 11:55 PMHealth Reform Passes!After 14 months, the Democrats pass their flagship legislation.
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March 10 2010 5:03 PMIs Mitt Going Down?Health reform's first political casualty may be a Republican.
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March 8 2010 4:20 PMInsuring Against SuccessEight reasons why the health-insurance industry should change its position and support reform.
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March 4 2010 5:35 PMWhy Stupak Is WrongThe Senate bill doesn't fund abortions. Here's why he thinks it does.
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March 2 2010 6:37 PMThe Annotated ObamaWhat the president's health reform letter really means.
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Feb. 25 2010 4:41 PMHealth Summit: The Fear DeficitMaybe America's ruling class isn't frightened enough to create health reform.
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Feb. 26 2010 3:40 PMHealth Summit Cheat SheetA glossary of health reform words, phrases, and slogans.
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Feb. 22 2010 6:25 PMA Decoy Gambit?How badly does Obama want to impose pricing limits on health insurers?
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May 4 2010 5:53 PMWhy Now?Was the Times Square bomb the follow-on to 9/11 we've been bracing for?
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April 19 2010 6:54 PMAuthor, AuthorA conservative think tank indignantly denies influencing Obamacare.
A Fine Whine
April 12 2010 6:53 PMWhat's the Matter With Virginia?Political backsliding in the Old Dominion.
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April 7 2010 6:14 PMMaybe the Individual Mandate Is EnforceableThe IRS commissioner explains how he'll make you buy health insurance.
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March 22 2010 7:03 AMForget "Pearl Harbor"Student loan reform's lessons for health care reform.
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March 18 2010 11:29 PMHealth Reform 3.0What's in the health care reform bill's final draft.
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March 15 2010 1:11 PMStupak = More AbortionsT.R. Reid explains how health reform would decrease the number of abortions.
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March 11 2010 6:54 PMHealth Reform and "Massive Resistance"What would happen if people just refused to buy health insurance even if a law ordered them to?
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March 9 2010 10:52 PMThe Unbarking DogWhy aren't Republicans raising holy hell about Obamacare's payroll tax hike?
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March 5 2010 2:38 PMWhither Ecumenism?Catholics interfere with a rival doctrine.
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March 3 2010 6:21 PMObama-Romney Mix 'n' MatchCan you tell the president from his likeliest 2012 challenger when they talk about health care reform?
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March 5 2010 4:41 PMReconciliation MathThe problem is in the House, not the Senate.
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Feb. 25 2010 11:31 AMHealth Summit: The Humble-OffThe GOP's opening bid: We're too humble to support health reform.
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Feb. 24 2010 12:01 AMUnreconciledThe GOP resolves to forget how it passed welfare reform.
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Feb. 18 2010 11:16 PMBashing InsurersObama's health reform won't do much to stop the premium increases he deplores.

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