Medical Care for The Aged

Larson, Leonard W.
March 1962
New Republic;3/12/62, Vol. 146 Issue 11, p12
Presents letters to the editor commenting on the medical care for the aged in the U.S. Opposition to the use of the Social Security system as a mechanism for supplying medical care to the aged; Imposition of Social Security taxes; Differences in the health needs of the elder citizens; Discussion of legislation designed to provide comprehensive medical coverage for all persons over 65.


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