Federal officials are working frantically to straighten out the mess created by the Affordable Care Act’s effort to further centralize health care planning. As they do, writes A. Barton Hinkle, it’s worth looking at how much mess remains left over from another stab at central planning — one that was repealed more than a quarter-century ago.
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