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  • 1. Editor's Column—Jim Morone

    2. News and Notes—David Warren

    3. News from Affiliated Organizations

    4. Contributors

    5. The Politics of Numbers Back

    6. Introduction Numbers and the Politics of Health Care—Gary S. Belkin

    7. How Will We Use Clinical Guidelines? The Experience of Medicare Carriers—Roger D. Feldman, John A. Nyman, Janet Shapiro, and Colleen M. Grogan

    8. Knowing and Acting in Medical Practice: The Epistemological Politics of Outcomes Research—Sandra J. Tanenbaum

    9. Remodeling Health Care—Robert Hunt Sprinkle

    10. The $147,000 Misunderstanding: Repercussions of Overestimating the Cost of AIDS—Jesse Green, Neil Wintfeld, and Gerald M. Oppenheimer

    11. Concrete Fictions and Hegemonic Methodologies: Doing Policy Research in Government—William McAllister

    12. Controlling Resurgent Tuberculosis: Public Health Agencies, Public Policy, and Law—Josephine Gittler

    13. Commentary Public Health Policy and Tuberculosis—Ronald Bayer

    14. Commentary The Importance of Public Health for Twenty-First-Century Health Care: Lessons from Tuberculosis—Randall R. Bovbjerg

    15. Ambiguous Evidence and Institutional Interpretation: An Alternative View of Electric and Magnetic Fields—Stephen H. Under

    16. The Clinton Reform Plan's Administrative Structure: The Reach and the Grasp—Lawrence D. Brown and Theodore R. Marmor

    17. The Clinton Administration Health Care Reform Plan: Some Preliminary Thoughts—James F. Blumstein

    18. Promoting Quality and Preventing Malpractice: Assessing the Health Security Act—Randall R. Bovbjerg

    19. The Role of Ethics in the Clinton Reform Proposal—Dan W. Brock

    20. Implications of the Clinton Health Reform Plan for Older Persons and Long-Term Care—Robert L. Kane and Rosalie A. Kane

    21. Mental Health/Substance Abuse—David Mechanic

    22. The Administration of Health Care Reform—James A. Morone

    23. From Social Security to Health Security?—Theda Skocpol

    24. Whither Employment?—Katherine Swartz

    27. Response to the Clinton Proposal: A Comparative Perspective—Carolyn Tuohy

    28. Managing the Right Premium—Joseph White

    29. Clinton's Plan Goes to Congress Now What?—Mark A. Peterson

    30. Medicine, Money and Morals: Physicians' Conflicts of Interest—Timothy Stoltzfus Jost

    31. Health Policy and the Hispanic—Dan W. Brock

    32. Health Issues In the Black Community—Carol Hardy-Fanta and Hortensia Amaro

    33. Health Issues In the Black Community—John Capitman

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