The Politics of Health Policy: The U.S. Reforms, 1980-1994
January 1995, Wiley-Blackwell
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This book analyzes the federal health policies followed by Reagan, Bush, and Clinton and by the Democratic-controlled Congress. The book shows the connection between the crisis of health care and the correlation of class forces in America.
- Addresses one of the key areas of contemporary public policy in the US, challenging complacent assumptions and demonstrating the enduring popularity of the welfare state
- The author was part of the Clinton team responsible for health reform