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1. Editor's Column—James A. Morone
2. The Cost and Value of Second Surgical Opinion Programs: A Critical Review of the Literature—Phoebe A. Lindsey and Joseph P. Newhouse
3. Legislative Incapacity: The Congressional Role in Environmental Policy-making and the Case of Superfund—Barry G. Rabe
4. Physician-Management Relationships at HCA: A Case Study—Paul Campbell and Nancy M. Kane
5. Estimating the Extent of Medicaid Spend-Down in Nursing Homes—Denise A. Spence and Joshua M. Wiener
6. Health Economics: A Report on the Field—Roger Feldman and Michael A. Morrisey
7. News and Notes—David G. Warren
8. News from Affiliated Organizations
10. Health Policy and the Politics of Research in the United States—Daniel M. Fox
11.Research, Policy, and the National Health Service—Rudolf Klein
12. Finding Audiences, Changing Beliefs: The Structure of Research Use in Canadian Health Policy—
13. Paying the Hospital—David Wilsford
14. Hospital Behavior in a Competitive Market—J. Michael Woolley
15. Environmental Accidents and Public Responsibility—Daniel Swartzman
16. Too Poor to Be Sick: Access to Medical Care for the Uninsured—James W. Fossett
17. Theory and Practice of Managed Competition in Health Care Finance—Paul B. Ginsburg
18. Health Care and Public Policy: An Australian Analysis—Terri Jackson
19. The State and the Medical Profession—Andrew C. Twaddle
20. The Last Civil Rights Movement: Disabled Peoples' International—Gunnar Dybwad
21. Designing and Conducting Health Surveys—Marty Wyngaarden Krauss
22. Newly Received
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