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1. Editor’s Note—Mark A. Peterson
2. Talking Heads and Sleeping Citizens: Health Policy Making in a Democracy—Lawrence R. Jacobs
3. Books Received
5. Deliberative Democracy Back
6. Publicity-Stunt Participation and Sound Bite Polemics: The Health Care Debate 1993–94—Lisa Disch
7. Harry and Louise Go to Washington: Political Advertising and Health Care Reform—Darrell M. West, Diane Heith, and Chris Goodwin
8. Allocating Health Care: Cost-Utility Analysis, Informed Democratic Decision Making, or the Veil of Ignorance?—Susan D. Goold
9. Americans’ Political Participation in the 1993–94 National Health Care Reform Debate—Mollyann Brodie
10. Lawmakers’ Views on the Failure of Health Reform: A Survey of Members of Congress and Staff—Orval Hansen, Jonathan Ortmans, Christopher Norton, Tana Rosenblatt, Robert J. Blendon, Mollyann Brodie, and Matt James
11. Communications—Eleanor D. Kinney
12. Subjected to Science: Human Experimentation in America before the Second World War—Anne M. Dellinger
13. Children as Research Subjects: Science, Ethics, and Law—Anne M. Dellinger
14. Managing Crisis and Change in Health Care: The Organizational Response to HIV/AIDS—Sharon B. Schweikhart
15. Competing Solutions: America’s Health Care Proposals and International Experience—Kieke G. H. Okma
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