Health Snare

Offner, Paul
December 1994
New Republic;12/5/94, Vol. 211 Issue 23, p16
Calls for the administration of U.S. President Bill Clinton to immediately implement welfare reform in 1994. Analysis of the argument raised by the administration for holding up the implementation of welfare reform; Argument against the view that passing universal health coverage would lead to large welfare reductions; Criticisms on the data which serve as bases for the analysis of the impact of health insurance on welfare recipients.


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