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1. Editor's Note: A Season of Transition—Mark A. Peterson
2. Books Received
3. News and Notes—David Warren
4. News from Affiliated Organizations
6. New Interpretations of Health Politics Back
7. Health Politics Meets Post-Modernism: Its Meaning and Implications for Community Health Organizing—Pauline Vaillancourt Rosenau
8. A Gender Analysis of Policy Formation: The Case of Fetal Abuse—Jean Reith Schroedel and Paul Peretz
9. Education and the Health Professions: Explaining Policy Choices among the States—Carol S. Weissert, Jack H. Knott, and Blair E. Stieber
10. The Divergence of Federal and State Policies on the Charitable Tax Exemption of Nonprofit Hospitals—Margaret A. Potter and Beaufort B. Longest, Jr.
11. Commentary: Federal and State Policies on the Charitable Tax Exemption of Nonprofit Hospitals—Paul M. Rosenberg
12. Hospitals and Antitrust: Defining Markets, Setting Standards—Jack Zwanziger, Glenn Melnick, and Kathleen M. Eyre
13. Playing It Safe: Books Review Symposium
14. A Measure of Malpractice: Medical Injury, Malpractice Litigation, and Patient Compensation—Barry R. Furrow
15. Financing Home Care: Improving Protection for Disabled Elderly People—A. E. Benjamin
16. Mama Might Be Better Off Dead: The Failure of Health Care in Urban America—Colleen M. Grogan
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