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Abandoned Surgery
Business and the Failure of Health Reform
The American Prospect, Spring 1995, pp. 65-73
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    Issues of the 1990s = 5 Years, 24 Issues, 451 Articles
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      Issues of 1992 = 4 Issues, 74 Articles
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        Issues of 1994 = 4 Issues, 72 Articles
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          Issues of 1995 = 4 Issues, 70 Articles
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            Spring 1995 Issue = 20 Articles
            1. Editors' Note & Contributors, p. 5
            2. Of Our Time by Paul Starr, pp. 6-11
            3. Devil in the Details by Jonathan Chait, pp. 12-14
            4. Storylines by Jonathan Cohn, pp. 15-18
            5. Controversy by Edward S. Herman, p. 19
            6. Response by Richard Rothstein, pp. 20-21
            7. Correspondence, pp. 22-27
            8. Liberalism's Third Crisis by Alan Brinkley, pp. 28-34
            9. A New Conversations by Jeff Faux, pp. 35-43
            10. Gingrich's Time Bomb by Philip Harvey, Theodore R. Marmor, and Jerry L. Mashaw, ..., pp. 44-52
            11. The Contract and the Consumer by Carl T. Bogus, pp. 53-57
            12. Our NAIRU Limit by Robert Eisner, pp. 58-64
            13. Abandoned Surgery by John B. Judis, pp. 65-73
            14. Health Reform, Meet Tax Reform by David Kendall and Will Marshall, pp. 74-79
            15. Hidden Kingdom by Joshua Wolf Shenk, pp. 80-86
            16. The Meaning of 187 by Peter H. Schuck, pp. 87-92
            17. State of the Debate by Heather R. McLeod, pp. 93-99
            18. Behind the Numbers by S.M. Miller and Karen Marie Ferroggiaro, pp. 100-104
            19. The Bedside Reader by Deborah A. Stone, pp. 105-111
            20. How Low Can You Go?, pp. 112-114
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            Summer 1995 Issue = 20 Articles
            1. Editors' Notes & Contributors, p. 5
            2. Of Our Time by Robert Kuttner, pp. 6-11
            3. Devil in the Details by Jonathan Chait, pp. 12-13
            4. Storylines by Jonathan Cohn, pp. 14-17
            5. Controversy by John B. Judis, pp. 18-19
            6. Response by Jeff Faux, pp. 20-21
            7. Correspondence, pp. 22-24
            8. Senator Dole's Greatest Harvest by Glenn R. Simpson, pp. 25-33
            9. Is Violent Speech a Right? by Cass R. Sunstein, pp. 34-37
            10. So You Want to Be Color-Blind by Peter Schrag, pp. 38-43
            11. Backfire on Campus by Jonathan Chait, pp. 44-50
            12. The Community is their Textbook by Suzanne Goldsmith, pp. 51-57
            13. How the Pie Is Sliced by Edward N. Wolff, pp. 58-65
            14. The Job Ghetto by Katherine Newman and Chauncy Lennon, pp. 66-67
            15. Housing Policy's Moment of Truth by Peter Dreier and John Atlas, pp. 68-77
            16. Paralysis by Analaysis by David C. Vladeck and Thomas O. McGarity, pp. 78-83
            17. Fight Smoke with Fire by Michael Pertschuk, pp. 84-86
            18. State of the Debate by Thomas Geoghegan, pp. 87-92
            19. Behind the Numbers by Robert S. McIntyre, pp. 93-95
            20. How Low Can You Go?, pp. 96-98
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            Fall 1995 Issue = 18 Articles
            1. Editors' Notes & Contributors, p. 5
            2. Of Our Time by Paul Starr, pp. 6-10
            3. Devil in the Details by Jesse Angelo, p. 11
            4. Storylines by Jonathan Chait, pp. 12-15
            5. Correspondence, pp. 16-19
            6. Constitutional Amendmentitis by Kathleen M. Sullivan, pp. 20-27
            7. Political Snipers by Robert Dreyfuss, pp. 28-36
            8. Can't Touch This? by Karen M. Paget, pp. 37-43
            9. Do Ask, Do Tell by Joshua Gamson, pp. 44-51
            10. Nice Work If You Can Get It by Rosabeth Moss Kanter, pp. 52-59
            11. Rising Tides, Sinking Wages by Lawrence Mishel, pp. 60-65
            12. After the Republican Surge by Stanley B. Greenberg, pp. 66-72
            13. Who Deserted the Democrats in 1994? by Ruy A. Teixeira and Joel Rogers, pp. 73-77
            14. The Future of Black Representation by Carol M. Swain, pp. 78-83
            15. Affirmative Action's California Afterlife by Peter Schrag, pp. 84-85
            16. State of the Debate by Julian Wolpert, pp. 86-88
            17. The Smoldering Electorate by David Lauter, pp. 89-95
            18. How Low Can You Go?, pp. 96-98
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            Winter 1995 Issue = 12 Articles
            1. Contributors, pp. 5-6
            2. Up from 1994 by Robert Kuttner, pp. 7-13
            3. Devil in the Details by Jonathan Chait, pp. 14-15
            4. Who Killed Campaign Finance Reform? by Joan Claybrook and Ellen S. Miller, pp. 16-19
            5. What Happened to Health Care Reform? by Paul Starr, pp. 20-31
            6. Friends of Bill by Richard Rothstein, pp. 32-42
            7. Do Poor Women Have a Right to Bear Children? by Christopher Jencks and Kathryn Edin, pp. 43-52
            8. The New School Wars by Peter Schrag, pp. 53-62
            9. Bank Failure by Louis Jacobson, pp. 63-70
            10. Cracking Open the IQ Box by Howard Gardner, pp. 71-80
            11. The Inequality Express by Barry Bluestone, pp. 81-95
            12. How Low Can You Go?, pp. 96-98
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