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Of all the arguments being waged over the Affordable Care Act — or, as the Obama campaign now likes to refer to it, “Obamacare” — the one dominating the Supreme Court last week is perhaps the most conceptually trivial.

The individual mandate requires consumers to buy health insurance in order to eliminate the problem of free riders — people who don’t purchase insurance until they get sick or injured, or never buy insurance and end up passing the costs of care they can’t afford onto the rest of us. Detractors argue that it unconstitutionally infringes on personal liberty by forcing Americans to purchase health insurance. But compare it to three ways of addressing the free-rider problem in health care that are clearly, indisputably, constitutional:

Ezra Klein

Ezra Klein is the editor of Wonkblog and a columnist at the Washington Post, as well as a contributor to MSNBC and Blo……….. continues on Washington Post.

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