Published May 1, 2007
The New Atlantis, Spring 2007
In the past half-century, medical breakthroughs have improved the quality of life for millions of Americans—but American health care is beset by high costs, limited access, and bureaucratic bungling. James C. Capretta reviews three recent books with starkly differing views about what’s wrong and how to fix it.
(Click here to read this entire article from the Spring 2007 issue of The New Atlantis.)
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