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1. Health Policies in Europe: Welfare States in a Market Era—James A. Morone and Janice M. Goggin
2. States Facing Interests: Struggles over Health Care Policy in Advanced, Industrial Democracies—David Wilsford
3. Health Care Reform in the Netherlands: Balancing Corporatism, Etatism, and Market Mechanisms—Frederik T. Schut
4. The Impact of German Health Insurance Reforms on Redistribution and the Culture of Solidarity—Karl Hinrichs
5. Commentary The Durability of Social Capital—Deborah A. Stone
6. Health Care Reform in Sweden in the 1990s: Local Pluralism versus National Coordination—Peter Garpenby
7. Health Care Reform in Norway: The End of the "Profession State"?—Vibeke Erichsen
8. Commentary Scandinavian Realism—Thomas J. Anton
9. Prevention and Government: Health Policy Making in the United Kingdom and Germany—Richard Freeman
10. Three Faces of the Health Care State—Michael Moran
11. Commentary The Health Care State in Global Perspective—Janice M. Goggin
12. Health Care Reform: Where Do We Go from Here?—Michael S. Dukakis
13. Commentaries on the Uses and Abuses of Genetic Knowledge—Andrea L. Bonnicksen
14. Evaluating the NHS Reforms—Rudolf Klein
15. It Just Aint Fair: The Ethics of Health Care for African Americans—Elizabeth Howe Bradley
16. Intensive Care: Medical Ethics and the Medical Profession—Daniel M. Fox
17. Sharing the Burden: Strategies for Public and Private Long-Term Care Insurance—Christine E. Bishop
18. Power and Illness: The Failure and Future of American Health Policy—David Rosner
19. Deathright: Culture, Medicine, Politics, and the Right to Die—John M. Strate
20. Books Received
21. News and Notes—David Warren
22. News from Affiliated Organizations
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