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1. Editor's Note—Jame A. Morone
2. Capture and Culture: Organizational Identity in New York Blue Cross—Lawrence D. Brown
3. The Public Presentation of Blue Cross, 1935–1965—David J. Rothman
4. Seeking Common Ground: A History of Labor and Blue Cross—Gerald Markowitz and David Rosner
5. Sharing Governmental Authority: Blue Cross and Hospital Planning in New York City—Daniel M. Fox
6. Empire and the Business of Health Insurance—Harvey M. Sapolsky
7. New York's Blue Cross and Blue Shield, 1934–1990: The Complicated Politics of Nonprofit Regulation—Theodore R. Marmor
8. Communication—Andrew I. Batavia
9. The Profit Motive and Patient Care: The Changing Accountability of Doctors and Hospitals—Marc A. Rodwin
10. Books Received
11. News and Notes—David G. Warren
12. News from Affiliated Organizations
14. Introduction Back
15. Between Public and Private: A Half Century of Blue Cross and Blue Shield in New York—Daniel M. Fox, David Rosner, and Rosemary A. Stevens
16. Looking Backward: Empire Blue Cross and Blue Shield as an Object of Historical Analysis—Robert A. Padgug
17. Rhetoric and Reality in the Intellectual Jet Stream: The Export to Britain from America of Questionable Ideas—Theodore R. Marmor and William Plowden
18. The Democratic Wish: Popular Participation and the Limits of American Government—Lawrence D. Brown and Harvey M. Sapolsky
19. Who's Going to Do the Dirty Work?—Debbie Ward
20. The Surgical Solution: A History of Involuntary Sterilization in the United States—Eric T. Juengst
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