Health care for some : rights and rationing in the United States since 1930
|目次||Prologue : rights and rationing before 1930
The struggle for health care in the Great Depression. A crisis of access ; Social security without health security
Prosperity and exclusion, 1941-64. Health care at war ; Rights to refuse : the triumph of the hospital ; Rationing by coverage : the rise of private health insurance
New entitlements and new movements, 1965-80. Entitlements but not rights : Medicare and Medicaid ; The rise of health care activism
Rights vs. markets, 1981-2008. Emergency rooms and epidemics ; At the breaking point
Epilogue : rights, rationing, and reform.
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