Table of contents for Chronic politics : health care security from FDR to George W. Bush / Philip J. Funigiello.

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Acknowledgments
ix
Abbreviations
Introduction
1
ONE
Beginnings: The Federal Government and Health Security
TWO
Hopes Deferred: Congress, War, and the End of the New Deal
THREE
Health, Security, and Cold War, 1945-1951
Four
The Politics of Incrementalism, 1951-1960
FIVE
Medicare: A Congressional Quagmire
SIX
Crossing an Ideological Rubicon
SEVEN
No Permanent Solutions: Health Care in Crisis
EIGHT
Health Care Reform: The Politics of Neglect and Rediscovery
NINE
"Competition under a Cap": The Clinton Task Force
TEN
Clinton, Congress, and the Great Health Care War
ELEVEN
Unfinished Business
Notes
Bibliographical Essay
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

National health insurance -- United States -- History.
Insurance, Health -- United States -- History.
Medical policy -- United States -- History.
Social policy -- United States -- History.
Medical care -- Political aspects -- United States -- History.
Health care reform -- United States -- History.