Provides an overview of efforts toward and support for national health reform in the 1900s, including the proposals' origins, main reform elements, economic and political contexts, and reasons why they failed to achieve universal coverage.
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Title: National Health Insurance -- A Brief History of Reform Efforts in the U.S.
Publication date 2009-03-18
Publication Year 2009
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
North America / United States
, Literature/Research Review
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