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1. The Development of National Medical Care Programs in the United Kingdom and Canada: Applicability to Current Conditions in the United States—Carol Sakala
2. Expanding Health Insurance Coverage: Who Will Pay?—Joel C. Cantor
3. Why Requiring Employers to Provide Health Insurance Is a Bad Idea—Katherine Swartz
4. The Merits of Mandates—Lawrence D. Brown
5. Maternity Care Financing: Universal Access or Universal Care?—Rosemary Barber-Madden and Jonathan B. Kotch
6. Overlooked Connections: Policy Development and Implementation in State-Local Relations—P. A. Paul-Shaheen
7. The Slippery Slope of Health Care Finance: Business Interests and Hospital Reimbursement in Massachusetts—Richard Kronick
8. The Frayed Alliance: Business and Health Care in Massachusetts—Linda A. Bergthold
9. News and Notes—David G. Warren
10. News from Affiliated Organizations
15. Contents of Volume 15
16. All-Payer Rate-Setting and the Provision of Hospital Care to the Uninsured: The New Jersey Experience—Michael D. Rosko
17. The Politics of Universal Access: The Massachusetts Health Security Act of 1988—Susan A. Goldberger
18. The Supreme Court's Spring Term: Abortion, the Right to Die, and the Decline of Privacy Rights—Kenneth R. Wing
19. Gaining Ground: Tailoring Social Programs to American Values
20. Medicares New Hospital Payment System: Is It Working?
21. Disability, Civil Rights, and Public Policy: The Politics of Implementation
22. Medicaid and Pediatric Primary Care
23. Deciding for Others: The Ethics of Surrogate Decisionmaking
24. Shattered Mirrors: Our Search for Identity and Community in the AIDS Era
25. Newly Received
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