The Politics of Health Policy: The U.S. Reforms, 1980-1994
January 1995, Wiley-Blackwell
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1. The 1980 and 1984 US Elections and the New Deal: An Alternative Interpretation.
2. Class Politics and Social Movements in the US.
3. The 1988 US Elections - The Primaries: The Rediscovery of the National Health Program by the Democratic Party, A Chronicle of the Jesse Jackson Campaign.
4. The 1988 Presidential Election.
5. The Welfare State and Its Redistributive Effects: Part of the Problem or Part of the Solution?.
6. Production and the Welfare State: The Political Context of Reforms.
7. Why Some Countries have National Health Insurance, Others Have National Health Services, and the US Has Neither.
8. The 1992 Presidential Election and the Clinton Adminstration Policies: The Politics of Health Care Reform.