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1. Editor's Note: Challenging Conventions in Health Policy—Mark A. Peterson
2. Hitting the "Target" in Health Care Cost Control—Alan B. Cohen
3. Goals, Targets, and Tactics: Making Health Care Policy Decisions Explicit—R. Adams Dudley and Harold S. Luft
4. Technology Assembly in Managed Care—Sandra J. Tanenbaum
5. Apples, Oranges, Forests, and Trees—Reid Cushman
6. Tobacco Litigation: Good for the Body but Not the Body Politic—R. Shep Melnick
7. Tobacco Litigation, Round Three:It’s the Money and the Principle—Marshall B. Kapp
8. Books Received
9. News and Notes—David G. Warren
10. News from Affiliated Organizations—David G. Warren
12. Targets and Systems of Health Care Cost Control—Joseph White
13. The Which-Hunt:Assembling Health Technologies for Assessment and Rationing—Mita K. Giacomini
14. Litigation and Public Health Policy Making:The Case of Tobacco Control—Peter D. Jacobson and Kenneth E. Warner
15. General Practice Fundholding in the British National Health Service Reform, 1991–1997:GP Accounts of the Dynamics of Change—George L. Maddox
16. Books—Kieke G. H. Okma
17. Interests, Ideas, and Deregulation: The Fate of Hospital Rate Setting—Thomas E. Getzen
18. Regulation of the Healthcare Professions—Mark Carl Rom
19. Chronic Condition: Why Health Reform Fails—Kenneth E. Thorpe
20. Our Hands Are Tied: Legal Tensions and Medical Ethics—Troyen A. Brennan
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