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1. Introduction—Deborah A. Stone and Theodore R. Marmor
2. Health Care of the Disadvantaged: The Elderly—Judith Feder
3. Child Health Policy in the U.S.: The Paradox of Consensus—Alice Sardell
4. Health Care and the Homeless: A Political Parable for Our Time—Bruce C. Vladeck
5. Domestic Food Policy in the United States—Michael Lipsky and Marc A. Thibodeau
6. Chronic Disease and Disadvantage: The New Politics of HIV Infection—Daniel M. Fox
7. Health Care Policy Issues in the Drug Abuser Treatment Field—William E. McAuliffe
8. Mental Health Policy for the 1990s: Tinkering in the Interstices—M. Gregg Bloche and Francine Cournos
9. The Medically Uninsured: Problems, Policies, and Politics—Lawrence D. Brown
10. The Deconstructed Center: Of Policy Plagues on Political Houses—Lawrence D. Brown
11. Epilogue: Tales of Trouble—James A. Morone
12. News and Notes—David G. Warren
13. News from Affiliated Organizations
15. Birth Power
16. Health Policies and Black Americans
17. Controlling Medical Professionals: The Comparative Politics of Health Governance
18. Pesticides and Politics: The Life Cycle of a Public Issue
19. Newly Received
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