Barnes, Fred
April 1994
New Republic;4/4/94, Vol. 210 Issue 14, p10
Comments on the failure of U.S. President Bill Clinton to create a compromise bill that favors the passage of a universal healthcare bill in 1994. Support of several Republicans for a universal healthcare coverage; Opposition of members of the House of Representatives to the universal healthcare coverage advocated by Clinton.


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