Goodman, John C.; Gore, Adrian; Dane, Perry; Novak, Michael; Flowers, Christine M.; Gardner, John S.; Adler, David; Kauffmann, Stanley
December 2005
New Republic;12/19/2005, Vol. 233 Issue 25, p4
This article presents letters to the editor in response to previous issues of "The New Republic." Articles that received responses include "Crash Course" (Nov 7, 2005), on health care in the U.S., "Medical Error" (Nov. 7), on consumer-driven health plans, "Regulating in the Public Interest," on South African health care, "Actualities and Miracles" (Nov. 7), a review of the film "Ushpizin," and "Brain Trust" (Nov. 14), on the Catholic legal mind.


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