Clinton's Specialist Quota: Shaky Premises, Questionable Consequences
American Enterprise Institute, 1994 - Health & Fitness - 29 pages
This text outlines the history of attempts to supervise the supply of specialist providers, revealing the false premises of the Clinton health plan and the likely hazards of its consequences.
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