By JAMES PARKER  |  April 8, 2008

I’ll leave you to discover for yourself the nature of Reid’s conclusions, and his verdict on the various health-care proposals of our current candidates. What you’ll take away from Sick Around the World is the impression that the most common-sense ideas about health care — the notion, for example, that everyone should get it, and that you don’t lose it if you lose your job — are, to our ears, sufficiently heretical that they can be uttered only in a Taiwanese, German, or Swiss accent.

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