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  • 1. Editor's Note: A Season of Change—Mark A. Peterson

    2. Physicians' Perceptions of Commercial and Medicaid Managed Care Plans: A Comparison—Gail Silverstein

    3. Rural Health Network Development: Public Policy Issues and State Initiatives—Michelle M. Casey, Anthony Wellever, and Ira Moscovice

    4. Monitoring the Impact of the Medicare Fee Schedule on Access to Care for Vulnerable Populations—Sally Trude and David C. Colby

    5. Doctors and Corporatist Politics: The Case of the Mexican Medical Profession—Gustavo Nigenda and Armando Solórzano

    6. Health Accounts and Communicative Power—Sandra J. Tanenbaum

    7. "Community" as the Ideal for Health Care Reform—Lu Ann Aday and Stephen H. Linder

    8. Books Received

    9. News and Notes—David Warren

    10. News from Affiliated Organizations

    11. Contributors

    12. Special Section Editor's Note—David M. Frankford

    13. The Rhetorics and Realities of Community Health Care: The Limits of Countervailing Powers toMeet the Health Care Needs of the Twenty-first Century—Donald W. Light

    14. Preserving Community in Health Care—Ezekiel J. Emanuel and Linda L. Emanuel

    15. The Normative Constitution of Professional Power—David M. Frankford

    16. Reshaping the Female Body: The Dilemma of Cosmetic Surgery—Mary G. Winkler

    17. Reproduction, Ethics, and the Law: Feminist Perspectives—Nancy S. Jecker

    18. Inventing the Feeble Mind: A History of Mental Retardation in the United States—Scott McCuen

    19. Troubled Bodies: Critical Perspectives on Postmodernism, Medical Ethics, and the Body—Gary S. Belkin

    20. The Search for an AIDS Vaccine: Ethical Issues in the Development and Testing of a Preventive AIDS Vaccine—John A. Bartlett

    21. Privatization and Public Hospitals: Choosing Wisely for New York City—Michael S. Sparer

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