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The Lost Reform

The Campaign for Compulsory Health Insurance in the United States from 1932 to 1943

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Publication Date: 01/01/1970

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  • Introduction
  • 1. Background Developments, 1900–1952
  • 2. Washington: The First Battle, 1933–1935
  • 3. Voices from the Hinterland, 1932–1943
  • 4. Washington: The Battle Renewed, 1936–1939
  • 5. Old Endings and New Beginnings, 1939–1943
  • Appendixes
    • A. Chronology
    • В. Policy Positions
  • Bibliography Notes
  • Index

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