Town Hall meetings are the venue of choice for debating health care reform. Princeton historian Julian Zelizer and Carolyn J. Lukensmeyer of America Speaks look at the history and politics of that form of public discourse. Plus, how a health insurance exchange would work; a new forced treatment law in New Jersey; Mr. Beller’s neighborhoods; and NYS Sen. Tom Duane.
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