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1. Different, Yet Strangely Familiar–Mark Schlesinger
2. Has Solidarity Survived? A Comparative Analysis of the Effect of Social Health Insurance Reform in Four European Countries–Hans Maarse and Aggie Paulus
3.Emergent Patterns in the Regulation of Pharmaceuticals: Institutions and Interests in the United States, Canada, Britain, and France–Mary E. Wiktorowicz
4. Implementing Health Care Reform in Israel: Organizational Response to Perceived Incentives–Revital Gross
5. Health Care and the Labor Market: Learning from the German Experience–Volker Amelung, Sherry Glied, and Angelina Topan
6. A Technocratic Fix to the "Legitimacy Problem"? The Blair Government and Health Care Rationing
in the United Kingdom–Keith Syrett
7. Health Care Systems in Transition–Theodore Marmor and Kieke G. H. Okma
8. Medical Careers and Feminist Agendas: American, Scandinavian, and Russian Women Physicians–Sheryl Burt Ruzek
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11. News and Notes–Christopher J. Conover
12. News from Affiliated Organizations
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