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Stanford Law & Policy Review publishes issue on health-care reform
STANFORD -- "Health Care in America: Armageddon on the Horizon?" is the subject of the just-released Stanford Law & Policy Review. The student-edited publication is expected to clarify and add fuel to the current controversy on America's health care system.
Some of the nation's leading scholars and policymakers on health care reform contributed to the publication. They include Louis Sullivan, secretary, Health and Human Services; Sen. John D. Rockefeller IV (D-W.Va.); Rep. Pete Stark (D-Calif.); and Joseph Califano, former secretary of Health, Education and Welfare.
Highlights of the 25 articles include:
"Health Care in America: Armageddon on the Horizon?" is the third published issue of the Stanford Law & Policy Review. The previous issue, on the savings and loan crisis, received widespread attention when it was published in 1990.
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