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1. Differences in Health Care Spending Across Countries: Statistical Evidence—Martin Pfaff
2. Physician Payment and Cost-Containment Strategies in West Germany: Suggestions for Medicare Reform—Bradford L. Kirkman-Liff
3. Tension, Compression, and Shear: Directions, Stresses, and Outcomes of Health Care Cost Control—Robert G. Evans
4. American Political Culture and the Search for Lessons from Abroad—James A. Morone
5. Retrenchment or Realignment? U.S. Mental Health Policy and DRGs—Mary Ruggie
6. Political and Economic Determinants of Insurance Regulation in Mental Health—David A. Lambert and Thomas G. McGuire
7. The Labor Impacts of Policy Change in Health Care: How Federal Policy Transformed Home Health Organizations and Their Labor Practices—Andrew Szasz
8. News and Notes—David G. Warren
9. News from Affiliated Organizations
11. What To Do About Teen Pregnancy?
12. Bridging the Gap Between Ethical Theory and Practical Decisionmaking in Medicine
13. In Sickness and in Health: The Mission of Voluntary Health Care Institutions
14. The Health of the Republic: Epidemics, Medicine, and Mor-alism as Challenges to Democracy
15. Women with Disabilities
16. Newly Received
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