Rockefeller Medicine Men: Medicine and Capitalism in America

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University of California Press, 1979 - History - 283 pages
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Contents

Doctors
5
From Charity to Social
13
Ideology of Professional Uplift
60
Nonsectarian Medicine Undermines the Sects
88
Gains and Losses
94
A Rockefeller Medicine Man
102
The Conflict Simmers
109
Ideological Medicine
119
Who Will Pay?
141
Medical Education Gets a Different
156
Selling the FullTime Proposal
164
Professionals the State and Corporate
176
Summing Up
188
RATIONALIZING THE MEDICAL MARKET
195
TECHNOLOGICAL MEDICINE
218
CONCLUSION
238

Gates Digression
130
Who Will Rule
135

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