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1. Financing Long-Term Care: A Practical Mix of Public and Private—Marc A. Cohen, Nanda Kumar, Thomas McGuire, and Stanley S. Wallack
2. Financing Long-Term Care: How Much Public? How Much Private?—Joshua M. Wiener, Raymond J. Hanley, and Laurel Hixon lllston
3. Response to Wiener et al.Marc A. Cohen, Nanda Kumar, Thomas McGuire, and Stanley S. Wallack
4. Financing Universal Health Insurance: Taxes, Premiums, and the Lessons of Social Insurance—Thomas Bodenheimer and Kevin Grumbach
5. Physicians' Perceptions of the Risk of Being Sued—Ann G. Lawthers, Nan M. Laird, Stuart Lipsitz, Liesi Hebert, Troyen A. Brennan, and A. Russell Localio
6. Prospective Payment for Hospital Psychiatric Services: Is It Needed in the 1990s?—Lee R. Chartock and Robert A. Dorwart
7. Books Received
8. News and Notes—David Warren
9. News from Affiliated Organizations
11. Mental Health Policy Back
12. Prospective Payment for Psychiatric Services—Maqbool Dada, William D. White, Houston H. Stokes, and Paul Kurzeja
13. Competition and Community Mental Health Agencies—Robin E. Clark and Robert A. Dorwart
14. Privatization of Mental Health Services: The Massachusetts Experiment—Andrew Brotman
15. Momentum toward Health Care Reform in the U.S. Senate—Mark A. Peterson
16. The Media and Health—Richard A. Rettig
17. The Americans with Disabilities Act: From Policy to Practice—Wendy E. Parmet
18. The Economics of Care of the Elderly—James H. Schulz
19. The Rise of the Therapeutic State—Steven Rathgeb Smith
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