MIT economist Gruber clarifies health care law in a comic book
MIT economist Jonathan Gruber calls health care reform the “biggest social policy legislation since Medicare.” In his new book, Gruber, an adviser to President Obama and a key architect of Massachusetts health reform, uses a visual, comic book-style narrative to make the case for the national health law.
In this video, he explains the impetus for the book.
"If there’s an art in tackling a complex issue and explaining in a simple way, Gruber gets credit for doing that and more. What he’s created makes our health care system understandable and entertaining. His comic book explains a law that was more than 1,000 pages long." From CBS Boston