McCaughey, Elizabeth
February 1994
New Republic;2/7/94, Vol. 210 Issue 6, p21
Opposes the health care reform bill supported by U.S. President Bill Clinton. Negative aspects of the bill; Role of regional alliances in offering health plans to the public; Authority of the National Health Board in setting expenditure on health care; Discussion on the salient provisions of the bill.


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