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1. Comparing Health Care Systems: What Nations Can Learn from One Another—William C. Hsiao
2. Challenges in the Provision of Care for the Chronically III—J. Rogers Hollingsworth and Ellen Jane Hollingsworth
3. News and Notes—David Warren
4. News from Affiliated Organizations
5. The United States: Breakthroughs and Waste—Uwe E. Reinhardt
6. The United Kingdom: Effective, Efficient, Equitable?—A. J. Culyer and Andrew Meads
7. Japan: Maintaining Equity through Regulated Fees—Naoki Ikegami
8. Germany: Solidarity at a Price—J.-Matthias Graf v.d. Schulenburg
9. Canada: The Real Issues—Robert G. Evans
10. On Being Old and Sick: The Burden of Health Care for the Elderly in Canada and the United States—Morris L. Barer, Clyde Hertzman, Robert Miller, and Marina V. Pascali
11. Private Outlets for Public Limitations: The Rise of Commercial Health Insurance in Israel—Marc A. Cohen and Tamara Barnea
12. Health Policy Regimes and the Single European Market—Christa Altenstetter
13. Pharmaceutical Regulation in the European Community: Barriers to Single Market Integration—Louis H. Orzack, Kenneth I. Kaitin, and Louis Lasagna
14. Home Care in Old Age: A Lost Cause?—Anne Jamieson
15. Falling through the Cracks: Care of the Chronically Mentally Ill in the United States, Germany, and the United Kingdom—Ellen Jane Hollingsworth
16. Residential Care for the Elderly—Jens Alber
17. Strangers to Freedom?: Review Essay—Gary S. Belkin
18. Madness in the Streets: How Psychiatry and the Law Abandoned the Mentally III—Paul A. Lombardo
19. Serious and Unstable Condition: Financing America's Health Care—Bruce Spitz
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