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1. Introduction: Health Care into the Next Century—Mark A. Peterson
2. The New Politics of U.S. Health Policy—Jacob S. Hacker and Theda Skocpol
3. The Health System in Transition: Care, Cost, and Coverage—Kenneth E. Thorpe
4. The Dynamics of Market-Level Change—Paul B. Ginsburg
5. Can Markets Give Us the Health System We Want?—Thomas Rice
6. Going for the Gold: The Redistributive Agenda behind Market-Based Health Care Reform—Robert G. Evans
7. The Technocratic Wish: Making Sense and Finding Power in the "Managed" Medical Marketplace—Gary S. Belkin
8. The Doctor as Businessman: The Changing Politics of a Cultural Icon—Deborah A. Stone
9. Markets, Medicare, and Making Do: Business Strategies after National Health Care Reform—Cathie Jo Martin
10. Managed Care and Medicare Reform—Jonathan B. Oberlander
11. Markets and Public Programs: Insights from Oregon and Tennessee—Marsha Gold
12. Who Was That Straw Man Anyway? A Comment on Evans And Rice—Mark V. Pauly
13. What Does Economics Have to Say about Health Policy Anyway? A Comment and Correction on Evans and Rice—Martin Gaynor and William B. Vogt
14. A Reply to Gaynor and Vogt, and Pauly—Thomas Rice
15. Coarse Correction—And Way Off Target—Robert G. Evans
16. News and Notes—David Warren
17. News from Affiliated Organizations
19. A Farewell to Sol Levine—Robin Osborn
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