The Health Care Crisis: A Prescription For ReformSusan B. Garland
There are a thousand agendas in Washington, but if any issue dominates the lists, it is health care reform. After countless years of neglect, its time has come. The cries from employers beleaguered by soaring costs have reached a crescendo that politicians dare not ignore. Those cries are matched by the rage of more and more working Americans as they helplessly watch their coverage dwindle, or even disappear. The result: an overhaul of the health care system looms as a major--maybe the major--issue of 1992.
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