Bad Prescription

March 1999
Washington Monthly;Mar99, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p27
Discusses a proposal to privatize Medicare. Committee established by the United States Congress to examine the Medicare `crisis'; Reason the claims that Medicare is going bankrupt is misleading; Significance of the proposal.


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