President Clinton started a historic effort to find an acceptable new balance of competing public demands, to reinvent health care in ways that provide somewhat less freedom for patients and doctors and somewhat more cost control. In its mind-boggling complexity, the debate is whether his program or any of its rivals can do what they claim.
Recommended CitationRoetzer '95, Gretchen R. (1994) "A Lethal Combination That Cannot be Ignored: President Clinton and National Health Insurance," The Park Place Economist: Vol. 2
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