Ken Burns: Go Ahead, Campaign on the Affordable Care Act
History might look kindly, very kindly, on the Affordable Care Act, according to documentary filmmaker Ken Burns. He has been finishing up his latest project, “The Roosevelts,” a 14-hour film focusing on the trio of Teddy, Franklin Delano and Eleanor that will air in September. In Washington this week, Burns reminded an audience that FDR tussled with Congress quite a bit to get signature legislation passed. “Social Security, when we think of the muscular leadership of FDR, it just squeaks by completely, eaten by the left and the right, so that it becomes a kind of passive middle ground,” Burns said….Read More
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