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Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
Give it a thin veneer of moral condemnation, and it's all good.
Conservatives struggle between their rational and emotional selves.
They're already saying it might be impossible if Barack Obama hurts their feelings.
Because the truth is that the Affordable Care Act has ended up costing less than was originally predicted.
At the root of the uncertainty lies a pervasive doubt: whether the South can sustain the American Dream of each generation moving up and doing better than previous generations.