Entitlement Politics: Medicare and Medicaid, 1995-2001

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Entitlement Politics describes partisan attempts to shrink the size of government by targeting two major federal health care entitlements. Efforts to restructure or eliminate entitlements as such, and to privatize and decentralize programs, along with more traditional attempts to amend and reform Medicare and Medicaid have radically transformed policymaking with respect to these programs. However, they have failed to achieve fundamental or lasting reform.Smith combines historical narrative and case studies with descriptions ...

Entitlement Politics: Medicare and Medicaid, 1995-2001 2002, Routledge, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780202307190

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Entitlement Politics: Medicare and Medicaid, 1995-2001 2002, Routledge, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780202307183

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