August 1963
Congressional Digest;Aug/Sep63, Vol. 42 Issue 8/9, p201
Summarizes the 1963 King-Anderson bill on Medicare for the aged in the U.S. Eligibility; Benefits; Participation of private organizations; Role of private insurance; Administration; Financing.


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