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1. Editor's Note Learning from Experience—Mark A. Peterson
2. The Need for an Antitrust Policy for a Health Care Industry in Transition—Jack Zwanziger
3. Hospital Mergers and Antitrust Enforcement—Gregory Vistnes
4. Books Received
5. News and Notes—David Warren
6. News From Affiliated Organizations
8. Nothing Succeeds Like the Right Kind of Failure: Postwar National Health Insurance Initiatives in Canada and the United States—Antonia Maioni
9. Medigap Regulation: Lessons for Health Care Reform—Peter D. Fox, Thomas Rice, and Lisa Alecxih
10. Balance Billing under Medicare: Protecting Beneficiaries and Preserving Physician Participation—David C. Colby, Thomas Rice, Jill Bernstein, and Lyle Nelson
11. Continuing Care Retirement Communities: Prospects for Reducing Institutional Long-Term Care—Frank A. Sloan, Christopher J. Conover, and May W. Shayne
12. Malpractice Reform in the 1990s: Past Disappointments, Future Success?—Eleanor D. Kinney
13. Federal Antitrust Merger Enforcement Standards: A Good Fit for the Hospital Industry?—Gloria J. Bazzoli, David Marx, Jr., Richard J. Arnould, and Larry M. Manheim
14. Reforming the British National Health Service: Implementation Problems in London—John H. James
15. Political Analysis and the Welfare State: Can We Learn from History?—Theodore Marmor and Jonathan Oberlander
16. Disability and the Displaced Worker—Jerry L. Mashaw
17. AIDS Prevention and Services: Community-Based Research—Carol Levine
18. Sexual Politics in Cuba: Machismo, Homosexuality, and AIDS—Damian J. Fernandez
19. Health Data in the Information Age: Use, Disclosure, and Privacy—Marc Rotenberg
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