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1. Is the Time Finally Ripe? Health Insurance Reforms in the 1990s—Theda Skocpol
2. Is Health Care Different? Popular Support of Federal Health and Social Policies—Mark Schlesinger and Tae-ku Lee
3. Health Reform Impasse: The Politics of American Ambivalence toward Government—Lawrence R. Jacobs
4. Can an Employer-based Health Insurance System Be Just?—Nancy S. Jecker
5. The Pragmatic Appeal of Employment-based Health Care Reform—David A. Rochefort
6. Universal Health Insurance That Really Works: Foreign Lessons for the United States—William A. Glaser
7. The Health Care Bureaucracy: Small Changes, Big Consequences—James A. Morone
8. Health Care Reform and Race-Specific Policies—Velvet G. Miller and Janis L. Curtis
9. Population-based Health Care for Communities—David Hartley
10. Lessons from the Frozen North—Theodore R. Marmor
11. News and Notes—David Warren
12. News from Affiliated Organizations
14. Revisiting the Employment-Insurance Link—Joan E. Ruttenberg
15. From Community Health Care to Crisis Medicine: Have We Learned the Right Lessons?—Joan M. Leiman
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