Table of contents for Disease and democracy : the state faces AIDS in the industrialized world / Peter Baldwin.


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Contents
Acknowledgments 	000
Abbreviations	000
Introduction: Slaves to the Past	000
1. Bodily Fluids and Citizenship	000
2. What Came First	000
3. Fighting the Last War: Traditional Public Health Strategies and AIDS	000
4. Patients into Prisoners: Responsibility, Crime, and Health	000
5. Discrimination and Its Discontents: Protecting the Victims	000
6. Every Man His Own Quarantine Officer: The Voluntary Approach	000
7. The Polymorphous Politics of Prevention	000
8. To Die Laughing: Gays and oOther Interest Groups	000
9. Vox Populi Suprema Lex Est: Expertise, Authority, and Democracy 	000
10. Clio Intervenes: The Effect of the Past on Public Health	000
11. Liberty, Authority, and the State in the AIDS Era	000
Notes	000
Index	000




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: AIDS (Disease) Developed countries, Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome prevention & control, Public Health Practice, Democracy, Developed Countries, Disease Outbreaks history