When Mrs. Gravely Gets Sick

Marshall, Eliot
April 1974
New Republic;4/20/74, Vol. 170 Issue 16, p14
Focuses on an agreement reached by U.S. Representative Wilbur Mills and Senator Edward M. Kennedy on national health insurance in the U.S. Establishment of the Social Security Administration as the central financing office; Role of insurers as the providers and processors of a standard policy written by the government; Speculation on the motives of Kennedy for shifting away from the more beneficent health security act.


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