Doctors and Truck Drivers

May 1978
New Republic;5/27/78, Vol. 178 Issue 21, p6
Criticizes the report by the wage and price council which discussed the income of physicians in the United States. U.S. government economists' monitoring of the income of physicians; Report's assertion that doctors earn more than any other professionals; Theme in the letters received by the magazine in response to the article "The doctors' lot," published in the April 22 issue; Author's criticism against comparing the value of doctors and truck drivers in the society.


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