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1. Editor's Note: Making the Right Choices— Mark A. Peterson
2. Redistributing Health Care Resources without Redistributing Income—Richard Kronick
3. Books Received
4. News and Notes—David Warren
5. News from Affiliated Organizations
7. Report: Understanding the Choices in Health Care Reform: The Health Care Study Group
8. Market Competition and the Quality of Nursing Home Care—Jacqueline S. Zinn
9. Access to Long-Term Care: Race as a Barrier—David Falcone and Robert Broyles
10. Nursing Studies Laid End to End Form a Circle—Lois Friss
11. Notes from the Insurance Underground: How the Chronically III Cope—Eleanor D. Kinney and Suzanne K. Steinmetz
12. Communications—Vicente Navarro and Theda Skocpol
13. Measuring Health Care: Political Fate and Technocratic Reform: Review Essay—David M. Frankford
14. Medicare Now and in the Future—David G. Smith
15. Women on the Front Lines: Meeting the Challenge of an Aging America—Meredith Minkler
16. Managing the Medical Arms Race: Innovation and Public Policy in the Medical Device Industry—Harvey M. Sapolsky
17. Deadly Dust: Silicosis and the Politics of Occupational Disease in Twentieth-Century America—Jacqueline Karnell Corn
18. Competitive Approaches to Health Care Reform—Robert J. Caswell
19. Why the United States Does Not Have a National Health Program—Laurence A. Weil
20. The Health of Nations: Public Opinion and the Making of American and British Health Policy—Jonathan B. Oberlander
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