|About the Book|
Opposition to Obamacare is stronger than ever, but critics of the law will need to unite around an alternative if they want to move the nation’s health care system in a free market direction. In Overcoming Obamacare, the Washington Examiner’s PhilipMoreOpposition to Obamacare is stronger than ever, but critics of the law will need to unite around an alternative if they want to move the nation’s health care system in a free market direction. In Overcoming Obamacare, the Washington Examiner’s Philip Klein, one of the leading conservative health care writers, takes readers inside the fierce debate on the right on how to overhaul the health care system in the wake of Obamacare. Drawing on eight years of experience reporting on the issue, dozens of interviews with prominent health policy experts, and conversations with Republican political leaders including Bobby Jindal and Paul Ryan, Klein articulates a free market vision for health care and presents three competing paths to getting there. Whether you’re a conservative fighting to repeal Obamacare or a liberal wondering how Republicans may go about unraveling it, this book is a must read.ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Philip Klein is commentary editor of the Washington Examiner, where he writes about domestic politics and policy and runs the opinion section. He has emerged as one of the leading voices on health care policy on the right. His work has been cited by a diverse spectrum of media outlets, from syndicated talk radio host Mark Levin and columnist Michelle Malkin to publications including the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and the Washington Post, among many others. He formerly served as Washington correspondent for the American Spectator and a financial reporter for Reuters news service. He is a graduate of George Washington University, where he earned degrees in history and economics, and also holds a masters degree in journalism from Columbia University. He is the author of Conservative Survival in the Romney Era.