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100 1  Hillstrom, Kevin,|d1963-|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/
       names/n94078567 
245 10 U.S. health policy and politics :|ba documentary history /
       |cKevin Hillstrom. 
264  1 Thousand Oaks, Calif. :|bCQ Press/SAGE,|c[2012] 
264  4 |c©2012 
300    xxiii, 717 pages :|billustrations ;|c27 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Health care and medical practice in the new world (1600-
       1800) -- Health care and regulation in antebellum America 
       (1800-1860) -- The professionalization of American 
       medicine (1860-1890) -- Health care in the progressive era
       (1890-1920) -- The struggle over health insurance between 
       the wars (1920-1940) -- Partisan jousting over health care
       in the postwar era (1940-1960) -- Medicare changes the 
       health care landscape (1960-1980) -- Restraining health 
       care costs in the age of Reagan (1980-1990) -- The Clinton
       health plan and scorched-earth politics (1990-2000) -- 
       Controversial policy prescriptions for American health 
       care (2000-2010). 
650  0 Medical policy|zUnited States|xHistory.|0http://id.loc.gov
       /authorities/subjects/sh2010101295 
650  0 Medical laws and legislation|zUnited States|0http://
       id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh2008107274|xHistory.
       |0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh99005024 
650 12 Health Policy|xhistory.|0https://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/
       D006291Q000266 
651  2 United States.|0https://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/D014481 
650 22 Delivery of Health Care|xhistory.|0https://id.nlm.nih.gov/
       mesh/D003695Q000266 
650 22 Health Policy|xlegislation & jurisprudence.|0https://
       id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/D006291Q000331 
650 22 History, Modern 1601-|0https://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/D049711
650 22 Politics.|0https://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/D011057 
912    .b14983151WITT 
970 01 |tThematic Table Of Contents|pxiv 
970 01 |tPreface|pxx 
970 01 |tIntroduction|pxxii 
970 11 |l1.|tHealth Care And Medical Practice In The New World, 
       1600--1800|p1 
970 11 |tMedical Care In The Early Colonial Settlements|p1 
970 11 |tQuarantines And Other Early Public Health Laws|p3 
970 11 |tState Support For Early Colonial Hospitals|p4 
970 11 |tThe Boston Smallpox Epidemic Of 1721|p5 
970 11 |tAn Unregulated Marketplace For Health Care Practitioners
       |p7 
970 11 |tCharlatans, Quacks, And The Patent Medicine Trade|p9 
970 11 |tColonial Efforts To Regulate Health Care Services|p10 
970 11 |tShifting Attitudes About Government's Role In Public 
       Health|p11 
970 11 |tDocuments 
970 11 |l1.1.|tVirginia Colony Imposes the First Public Health 
       Law in the New World, 1610|p14 
970 11 |l1.2.|tPlymouth Colony Assigns Responsibility for Health 
       Care Expenses, 1642|p15 
970 11 |l1.3.|tMassachusetts Colony Passes an Act of Instruction 
       for Medical Caregivers, 1649|p16 
970 11 |l1.4.|tThe First Naval Quarantine Act in British America,
       1700|p17 
970 11 |l1.5.|tA Law for Regulating Midwives in New York City, 
       1716|p18 
970 11 |l1.6.|tSupporting Inoculation in Boston during a Smallpox
       Epidemic, 1721|p20 
970 11 |l1.7.|tA Prominent Boston Physician Campaigns against 
       Smallpox Inoculations, 1721|p23 
970 11 |l1.8.|tVirginia Regulates the Fees of Physicians and 
       Apothecaries, 1736|p25 
970 11 |l1.9.|tNew York City Issues Regulations for "The Practice
       of Physick and Surgery," 1760|p27 
970 11 |l1.10.|tVirginia Legislators Move to Punish Smallpox 
       Inoculators, 1769|p28 
970 11 |l1.11.|tBenjamin Rush Gives Directions for Preserving the
       Health of Soldiers, 1777|p30 
970 11 |l1.12.|tWashington Orders Compulsory Smallpox Inoculation
       of the Continental Army, 1777|p34 
970 11 |l1.13.|tCongress Passes An Act for the Relief of Sick and
       Disabled Seamen, 1798|p36 
970 11 |l2.|tHealth Care And Regulation In Antebellum America, 
       1800--1860|p38 
970 11 |tEarly Outlines Of A Government-Supported Hospital System
       Take Shape|p39 
970 11 |tReforms In The Treatment Of The Mentally Ill|p40 
970 11 |tCompulsory Vaccination And Other Public Health Issues
       |p42 
970 11 |tThe Regular Profession In Disarray|p43 
970 11 |tAlternative Healing Choices In The Marketplace|p44 
970 11 |tJacksonian Democracy And Health Care|p46 
970 11 |tA Regulatory Regime In Retreat|p47 
970 11 |tMedical School Free-For-All|p48 
970 11 |tBirth Of The American Medical Association|p49 
970 11 |l2.1.|tCongress Passes a Federal Vaccination Act, 1813
       |p51 
970 11 |l2.2.|tState Funding Mechanisms for Charity Hospital in 
       New Orleans, 1814, 1837, 1838|p52 
970 11 |l2.3.|tSamuel Thomson Reflects on His Medical System and 
       Regular Physicians, 1822|p54 
970 11 |l2.4.|tJohn Gunn Attacks Regular Physicians in Domestic 
       Medicine, 1830|p57 
970 11 |l2.5.|tNew York Lawmakers Consider Thomsonian Licensing 
       Petitions, 1841|p61 
970 11 |l2.6.|tJohn Griscom Urges Sanitary Reforms in New York 
       City, 1845|p65 
970 11 |l2.7.|tDorothea Dix Lobbies State Legislators for a 
       Hospital for the Insane, 1845|p69 
970 11 |l2.8.|tA Sanitary Commission Complains about the Lack of 
       Public Health Regulation in America, 1848|p74 
970 11 |l2.9.|tUnited States Begins Federal Inspections of 
       Imported Drugs, 1848|p77 
970 11 |l2.10.|tLemuel Shattuck Issues Recommendations for New 
       Public Health Regulations, 1850|p79 
970 11 |l2.11.|tNew York State Incorporates Its First Homeopathic
       Medical College, 1860|p82 
970 11 |l3.|tThe Professionalization Of American Medicine, 1860-
       1890|p84 
970 11 |tThe Civil War And Public Health|p84 
970 11 |tPostwar Changes To Public Health|p86 
970 11 |tThe Transformation Of Almshouses And Hospitals|p89 
970 11 |tMedical Advances Rescue American Hospitals|p90 
970 11 |tOngoing Battles Within The Medical Profession|p91 
970 11 |tMedical Education After The Civil War|p92 
970 11 |tStates Press For Medical Licensing Regulations|p93 
970 11 |tThe Rise And Fall Of The National Board Of Health|p95 
970 11 |l3.1.|tThe Lincoln Administration Approves the U.S. 
       Sanitary Commission, 1861|p97 
970 11 |l3.2.|tU.S. Sanitary Commission Campaign to Reorganize 
       the Medical Bureau, 1862|p98 
970 11 |l3.3.|tAn Assassination Attempt Renews Allopath-Homeopath
       Hostilities, 1865|p105 
970 11 |l3.4.|tNew York Metropolitan Board of Health Issues Its 
       First Annual Report, 1867|p107 
970 11 |l3.5.|tMarine Hospitals Services Act, 1870|p113 
970 11 |l3.6.|tReform Recommendations for Almshouses in 
       Pennsylvania, 1871|p114 
970 11 |l3.7.|tNational Quarantine Act, 1878|p116 
970 11 |l3.8.|tCongress Expands the Powers of the National Board 
       of Health, 1879|p118 
970 11 |l3.9.|tA Boston Medical Journal Mourns the Gains of Women
       Physicians, 1879|p121 
970 11 |l3.10.|tLouisiana Politics Bedevil Federal Health 
       Inspectors, 1881|p123 
970 11 |l3.11.|tA Commentary on "The Present Condition of 
       National Health Legislation," 1885|p128 
970 11 |l3.12.|tU.S. Supreme Court Affirms State Authority over 
       Medical Licensing, 1888|p131 
970 11 |l4.|tHealth Care In The Progressive Era, 1890--1920|p133 
970 11 |tA Revolution In Public Health Regulation|p133 
970 11 |tRoosevelt Charts A New Course In Public Health 
       Administration|p135 
970 11 |tThe Spanish Flu Epidemic Of 1918|p137 
970 11 |tThe Ama Comes Into Its Own|p139 
970 11 |tRegulating The Medical Profession|p140 
970 11 |tEmergence Of The Modern American Hospital|p142 
970 11 |tThe Growing Problem Of Health Care Costs|p143 
970 11 |t"The Next Great Step In Social Legislation"|p144 
970 11 |l4.1.|tA Wisconsin Physician Urges State Regulation of 
       Medical Practices, 1892|p148 
970 11 |l4.2.|tPolitical Warfare over Smallpox Treatment in 
       Milwaukee, 1894|p152 
970 11 |l4.3.|tA Famous Health Reformer Endorses State 
       Registration of Nurses, 1903|p155 
970 11 |l4.4.|tGovernment Guidelines for the Medical Inspection 
       of Immigrants, 1903|p159 
970 11 |l4.5.|tImmigration Restriction League Warns about Dangers
       to Public Health, 1904|p161 
970 11 |l4.6.|tU.S. Supreme Court Endorses Compulsory Vaccination
       in Jacobson v. Massachusetts, 1905|p165 
970 11 |l4.7.|tA Muckraker Condemns America's Patent Medicine 
       Industry, 1905|p171 
970 11 |l4.8.|tFlexner Report Demands Reforms of American Medical
       Education, 1910|p176 
970 11 |l4.9.|tA Senator's Call for a Cabinet-Level Public Health
       Department, 1910|p182 
970 11 |l4.10.|tRoosevelt's "Bull Moose" Party Calls for 
       Universal Health Insurance, 1912|p185 
970 11 |l4.11.|tPublic Health Service Compares Health Insurance 
       in America and Europe, 1913|p189 
970 11 |l4.12.|tA Reformer Makes the Case for National Health 
       Insurance, 1916|p195 
970 11 |l4.13.|tEducating Navy Personnel about a Deadly Influenza
       Epidemic, 1918|p201 
970 11 |l4.14.|tAn Insurance Executive Excoriates Government-Run 
       Health Insurance, 1920|p203 
970 11 |l4.15.|tProgressives Assail Industry-Backed Opponents of 
       Health Insurance Reform, 1920|p207 
970 11 |l5.|tThe Struggle Over Health Insurance Between The Wars,
       1920--1940|p214 
970 11 |tAn Age Of Medical Marvels And Skyrocketing Medical 
       Expenses|p214 
970 11 |tThe Economic Toll Of Sickness|p216 
970 11 |tManagement And Worker Health Programs In The Early 
       Depression Years|p217 
970 11 |tGroup Health Insurance And The Birth Of Blue Cross|p218 
970 11 |tDebating The Role Of Government In Health Care|p220 
970 11 |tThe Committee On The Costs Of Medical Care|p221 
970 11 |tA Political Battle Royal|p223 
970 11 |tRoosevelt And The New Dealers|p224 
970 11 |tA New Deal Push For Health Care Reform|p224 
970 11 |tNational Health Insurance And The Committee On Economic 
       Security|p225 
970 11 |tRoosevelt Signs The Social Security Act|p227 
970 11 |tThe Growing Governmental Role In Health Care|p228 
970 11 |tTaking Up The Health Insurance Gauntlet Once Again|p230 
970 11 |l5.1.|tDefending the Sheppard-Towner Maternity and 
       Infancy Protection Act, 1920|p233 
970 11 |l5.2.|tPrinciples of the American Birth Control League, 
       1922|p239 
970 11 |l5.3.|tAmerican Medical Association Formally Repudiates 
       "State Medicine," 1922|p241 
970 11 |l5.4.|tA Call for Expanded State Involvement in All 
       Phases of Health Care, 1926|p242 
970 11 |l5.5.|tEstablishment of the First Blue Cross Plans, 1930s
       |p246 
970 11 |l5.6.|tLandmark Report from the Committee on the Costs of
       Medical Care, 1932|p248 
970 11 |l5.7.|tMinority Report of the Committee on the Costs of 
       Medical Care, 1932|p253 
970 11 |l5.8.|tI.M. Rubinow's Quest for Security, 1934|p257 
970 11 |l5.9.|tFranklin D. Roosevelt Voices Support for National 
       Social Insurance, 1934|p258 
970 11 |l5.10.|tReport of the Committee on Economic Security, 
       1935|p262 
970 11 |l5.11.|tPresident Roosevelt Signs the Social Security Act,
       1935|p268 
970 11 |l5.12.|tKansas Governor Landon Vows to Repeal Social 
       Security If Elected President, 1936|p269 
970 11 |l5.13.|tU.S. Public Health Service and the Tuskegee 
       Syphilis Experiment, 1936|p273 
970 11 |l5.14.|tNational Cancer Institute Act, 1937|p274 
970 11 |l5.15.|tFood, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, 1938|p277 
970 11 |l5.16.|tReport of the Technical Committee on Medical Care,
       1938|p278 
970 11 |l5.17.|tMorris Fishbein Describes Health Insurance as a 
       Threat to the Doctor-Patient Relationship, 1939|p285 
970 11 |l6.|tPartisan Jousting Over Health Care In The Postwar 
       Era, 1940--1960|p289 
970 11 |tHealth Care Politics During Roosevelt's Last Years|p289 
970 11 |tTruman Takes Up The Cause|p292 
970 11 |tOut Of The Ashes|p294 
970 11 |tHealth Care Politics And The Cold War|p295 
970 11 |tHealth Insurance Comes Of Age|p297 
970 11 |tMixed Fortunes For Blue Cross|p299 
970 11 |tInsurance Reform Fades As A Political Issue|p300 
970 11 |tEisenhower Touts "Reinsurance"|p302 
970 11 |tAid For The Aged: The Forand Bill|p303 
970 11 |l6.1.|tA Progressive Call for an Expanded Governmental 
       Role in All Phases of Health, 1943|p306 
970 11 |l6.2.|tCalifornia Medical Association Defeats State 
       Health Insurance Legislation, 1945|p311 
970 11 |l6.3.|tTruman Calls for National Health Insurance, 1945
       |p316 
970 11 |l6.4.|tNational Mental Health Act, 1946|p324 
970 11 |l6.5.|tLaying the Groundwork for the Hill-Burton Act, 
       1946|p329 
970 11 |l6.6.|tModernizing the Hospitals and Clinics of the 
       Veterans Administration, 1946|p332 
970 11 |l6.7.|tSenator Taft Denounces Compulsory Insurance as 
       Socialized Medicine, 1946|p334 
970 11 |l6.8.|tTruman Again Calls on Congress to Address National
       "Health Needs," 1949|p338 
970 11 |l6.9.|tEisenhower Unveils a Health Care "Reinsurance" 
       Proposal, 1954|p343 
970 11 |l6.10.|tPolio Vaccination Assistance Act, 1955|p346 
970 11 |l6.11.|tBig Labor Pushes for Government Health Care for 
       the Elderly, 1959|p348 
970 11 |l6.12.|tCongress Passes the Kerr-Mills Act, 1960|p352 
970 11 |l7.|tMedicare Changes The Health Care Landscape, 1960--
       1980|p356 
970 11 |tThe Advent Of A Democratic Decade|p356 
970 11 |tA Revolution In Mental Retardation Policy|p357 
970 11 |tSurveying The Health Care Landscape|p358 
970 11 |tKennedy's Campaign For Medicare|p359 
970 11 |t1964 Election Results Seen As Mandate|p361 
970 11 |tPassing Medicare And Medicaid|p362 
970 11 |tMixed Results Bring New Controversies|p364 
970 11 |tA Health Care System In Transition|p365 
970 11 |tNixon's Prescription For America's Health Care "Crisis"
       |p367 
970 11 |tA Democratic Political Calculation Goes Awry|p369 
970 11 |l7.1.|tRonald Reagan Urges Opposition to Medicare, 1961
       |p373 
970 11 |l7.2.|tPresident Kennedy Tries to Rally Public Support 
       for Medicare, 1962|p377 
970 11 |l7.3.|tA Cartoonist Lampoons the American Medical 
       Association, 1962|p381 
970 11 |l7.4.|tKennedy's Presidential Panel on Mental Retardation,
       1962|p382 
970 11 |l7.5.|tAmerican Courts Order Desegregation of Southern 
       Hospitals, 1963|p387 
970 11 |l7.6.|tU.S. Surgeon General's Report on Smoking and 
       Health, 1964|p390 
970 11 |l7.7.|t1964 Elections Break the Political Logjam on 
       Medicare, 1965|p393 
970 11 |l7.8.|tPresident Johnson Reflects on His Support for 
       Medicare and Social Security, 1965|p396 
970 11 |l7.9.|tAn Influential Member of Congress Recalls the 
       Development of Medicare Part B, 1965|p397 
970 11 |l7.10.|tPresident Johnson Signs Medicare and Medicaid 
       into Law, 1965|p400 
970 11 |l7.11.|tLaunching the War on Cancer, 1969|p403 
970 11 |l7.12.|tA Warning about America's Growing "Medical-
       Industrial Complex," 1970|p406 
970 11 |l7.13.|tPresident Nixon Signs the Clean Air Act, 1970
       |p411 
970 11 |l7.14.|tJustice Blackmun Delivers the Supreme Court 
       Decision in Roe v. Wade, 1973|p413 
970 11 |l7.15.|tCongress Passes the Rehabilitation Act, 1973|p419
970 11 |l7.16.|tPresident Nixon Signs the Health Maintenance 
       Organization Act, 1973|p421 
970 11 |l7.17.|tPresident Nixon Proposes a National Health 
       Insurance Plan, 1974|p422 
970 11 |l7.18.|tPresident Ford Signs the Employee Retirement 
       Income Security Act, 1974|p430 
970 11 |l8.|tRestraining Health Care Costs In The Age Of Reagan, 
       1980--1990|p433 
970 11 |tSensible Deficit Reduction Or "Shifting The Shaft"?|p433
970 11 |tPolitical Battles Over Medicaid's Future|p435 
970 11 |tThe Advent Of Medicare's Prospective Payment System|p436
970 11 |tDebating The Impact Of Pps|p438 
970 11 |tTackling Medicare Physician Spending|p439 
970 11 |tIimos Remake The Health Care Landscape|p439 
970 11 |tPatient Care In The Age Of Free Market Medicine|p441 
970 11 |tNew Policy Prescriptions For The Pharmaceutical Industry
       |p442 
970 11 |tLawyers And Doctors Face Off Over Medical Malpractice
       |p442 
970 11 |tThe Aids Epidemic|p444 
970 11 |tPolitical Wrangling Over Women's Health Research|p445 
970 11 |tThe Americans With Disabilities Act|p447 
970 11 |tRising Costs Fuel Drive To Identify Best Practices|p449 
970 11 |tThe Catastrophic Coverage Debacle|p450 
970 11 |l8.1.|tAn Investor's Guide to Health Maintenance 
       Organizations, 1982|p454 
970 11 |l8.2.|tPresident Reagan Signs the Orphan Drug Act, 1983
       |p459 
970 11 |l8.3.|tArrival of the Medicare Prospective Payment System,
       1983|p460 
970 11 |l8.4.|tSenator Hatch Recalls the Political Battle over 
       the Hatch-Waxman Act, 1984|p468 
970 11 |l8.5.|tCongress Passes the National Organ Transplant Act,
       1984|p473 
970 11 |l8.6.|tWomen's Health Emerges as a Political Issue, 1985
       |p476 
970 11 |l8.7.|tCOBRA Allows Laid-Off Workers to Keep Their Health
       Coverage, 1985|p480 
970 11 |l8.8.|tAMA Calls for Relief from Medical Malpractice 
       Lawsuits, 1986|p484 
970 11 |l8.9.|tABA Defends Medical Malpractice Laws in America's 
       Tort System, 1986|p489 
970 11 |l8.10.|tReagan's First Major Speech on AIDS, 1987|p494 
970 11 |l8.11.|tHHS Secretary Bowen Recalls the Creation of the 
       Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Act, 1986--1988|p498 
970 11 |l8.12.|tReagan Signs the Medicare Catastrophic Coverage 
       Act, 1988|p504 
970 11 |l8.13.|tCongress Repeals the Medicare Catastrophic 
       Coverage Act, 1989|p506 
970 11 |l8.14.|tCongress Agrees to Research Best Practices in 
       Health Care, 1989|p509 
970 11 |l8.15.|tCongress Throws Its Support behind the Ryan White
       CARE Act, 1990|p511 
970 11 |l8.16.|tGovernment Report Takes the NIH to Task on 
       Women's Health, 1990|p514 
970 11 |l8.17.|tJustin Dart Hails the Signing of the Americans 
       with Disabilities Act, 1990|p519 
970 11 |l9.|tThe Clinton Health Plan And Scorched-Earth Politics,
       1990--2000|p522 
970 11 |tUpset Victory In Pennsylvania Seen As Political 
       Bellwether|p522 
970 11 |tClinton Promises Sweeping Health Care Reform|p523 
970 11 |tPushing Through Mounting Political Turbulence On Health 
       Care Reform|p524 
970 11 |tRepublicans Unite Against The Health Security Act|p526 
970 11 |tRepublican Charges Against Health Care Reform Gain 
       Traction|p527 
970 11 |tAmerican News Media And The Health Security Act|p529 
970 11 |tClinton's Health Reform Plan Goes Down To Defeat|p529 
970 11 |tStates Move To Impose New Rules On Hmos|p530 
970 11 |tClinton Vetoes Gop Medicare And Medicaid Reform 
       Proposals|p532 
970 11 |tReaching Across The Political Divide|p534 
970 11 |tHistoric Tobacco Settlement Brings New Controversies
       |p536 
970 11 |l9.1.|tHarris Wofford Rides Health Care to a Stunning 
       Political Upset, 1991|p539 
970 11 |l9.2.|tClinton Unveils His Health Care Plan to Congress, 
       1993|p541 
970 11 |l9.3.|tHillary Rodham Clinton Testifies in Support of 
       Health Care Reform, 1993|p548 
970 11 |l9.4.|tA Key Strategist Urges Republicans to Defeat 
       Clinton's Health Reform Proposal, 1993|p552 
970 11 |l9.5.|tSenator Dole Lambastes the Clinton Health Care 
       Plan, 1994|p557 
970 11 |l9.6.|tA Democratic Senator Laments the Death of the 
       Clinton Health Reform Plan, 1994|p559 
970 11 |l9.7.|tA Republican Senator Applauds the Demise of the 
       Clinton Health Care Plan, 1994|p562 
970 11 |l9.8.|tSenator Mitchell Closes the Book on the Clinton 
       Health Care Plan, 1994|p565 
970 11 |l9.9.|tAppropriations Battles over Health Care Research, 
       1995|p567 
970 11 |l9.10.|tPresident Clinton Vetoes Cuts to Medicare and 
       Medicaid, 1995|p571 
970 11 |l9.11.|tSenator Kassebaum Touts the Health Insurance 
       Portability and Accountability Act, 1996|p573 
970 11 |l9.12.|tSenator Kennedy Urges Passage of Health Insurance
       Legislation for Children, 1997|p576 
970 11 |l9.13.|tTobacco Master Settlement Agreement, 1998|p579 
970 11 |l9.14.|tStates Take Aim at Managed Care with New Consumer
       Protections, 1993--1997|p584 
970 11 |l9.15.|tDebating Oregon's Death with Dignity Law, 1997
       |p585 
970 11 |l9.16.|tInstitute of Medicine Sounds an Alarm about 
       Medical Errors in Hospitals, 1999|p591 
970 11 |l9.17.|tPresident Clinton Extols New Rules to Ensure 
       Medical Privacy, 2000|p595 
970 11 |l9.18.|tRU486 Abortion Pill Adds Fuel to America's 
       Political "Culture Wars," 2000|p597 
970 11 |l10.|tControversial Policy Prescriptions For American 
       Health Care, 2000--2010|p602 
970 11 |tGeorge W. Bush Touts Pro-Life Policies|p602 
970 11 |tControversy Rages Over The Medicare Modernization Act
       |p604 
970 11 |tThe Pros And Cons Of Medicare Advantage|p605 
970 11 |tMaking Sense Of The Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit
       |p606 
970 11 |tPolitical Brawl Over Schip Obscures Areas Of Consensus
       |p608 
970 11 |tHeightened Calls For Sweeping Health Care Reform|p609 
970 11 |tTargeting Waste And Inefficiency In The Health Care 
       System|p610 
970 11 |tPolicy Prescriptions For Addressing The Health Care 
       Crisis|p612 
970 11 |tObama Lays Out His Plan For Passing Health Care Reform
       |p615 
970 11 |tLooking To The Example Of Massachusetts|p616 
970 11 |tHealth Reform Hits Tea Party Turbulence|p617 
970 11 |tDemocrats Push Toward The Finish Line On Health Care
       |p619 
970 11 |tScott Brown's Victory Changes The Political Landscape
       |p622 
970 11 |tThe Democrats Finally Pass Health Care Reform|p623 
970 11 |tDemocrats Celebrate, Republicans Vow To Repeal|p625 
970 11 |l10.1.|tPresident Bush Stakes Out His Position on Stem 
       Cell Research, 2001|p628 
970 11 |l10.2.|tControversial Vote on the Medicare Prescription 
       Drug Act, 2003|p632 
970 11 |l10.3.|tBush Touts the Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit,
       2005|p638 
970 11 |l10.4.|tMassachusetts Passes Major Health Insurance 
       Reform, 2006|p642 
970 11 |l10.5.|tWashington Reacts to a Supreme Court Decision on 
       "Partial-Birth" Abortion, 2007|p644 
970 11 |l10.6.|tPolitical Battle over SCHIP Reauthorization, 2007
       |p647 
970 11 |l10.7.|tBipartisan Support for the Wellstone Mental 
       Health Parity Act, 2008|p652 
970 11 |l10.8.|tWhite House Forum on Health Reform, 2009|p655 
970 11 |l10.9.|tMajor Stakeholders Signal Support for Obama's 
       Health Reform Efforts, 2009|p658 
970 11 |l10.10.|tAn Obama Budget Official Defends Health Reform, 
       2009|p660 
970 11 |l10.11.|tSenator Lieberman Turns against the Public 
       Option, 2009|p663 
970 11 |l10.12.|tScott Brown's Victory Speech in Massachusetts, 
       2010|p666 
970 11 |l10.13.|tPresident Obama and Senator Kyl Square Off at 
       the Health Care Summit, 2010|p669 
970 11 |l10.14.|tObama Speaks to House Democrats on the Eve of 
       the Health Reform Vote, 2010|p672 
970 11 |l10.15.|tMinority Leader Boehner Urges a Vote against the
       Affordable Care Act, 2010|p677 
970 11 |l10.16.|tA Republican Pundit Laments a Conservative 
       "Waterloo," 2010|p679 
970 11 |l10.17.|tObama Signs the Health Care Reform Bill into Law,
       2010|p682 
970 01 |tChronology|p685 
970 01 |tBibliography|p689 
970 01 |tIllustration Credit|p693 
970 01 |tIndex|p695 
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