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  [1] David Himmelstein, Steffie Woolhandler, and the Writing Committee of the Working Group on Program Design, "A National Health Program for the United States: A Physician's Proposal," New England Journal of Medicine 320 (January 1989):102-108. See also K. Grumbach, T. Bodenheimer, D. Himmelstein, and S. Woolhandler, "Liberal Benefits, Conservative Spending: The Physicians for a National Health Program Proposal," Journal of the American Medical Association 265 (May 1991): 2549-54.

[2] U. S. General Accounting Office, Canadian Health Insurance: Lessons for the United States, (Washington: GAO, June 1991), p.7.

[3] S. Woolhandler, D. Himmelstein, J. Lewontin, "Administrative Costs in U.S. Hospitals," New England Journal Medicine 329 (August 1993):400-03.

[4] V.R. Fuchs, T.S. Hahn, "How Does Canada Do It? A Comparison of Expenditures for Physicians' Services in the United States and Canada," New England Journal of Medicine 323 (1990): 884-90, 1990.

[5] Congressional Budget Office, American Health Security Act of 1993: H.R. 1200 (Washington, D.C.: CBO, December 16, 1993).

[6] S. Woolhandler and D. Himmelstein, "Socialized Medicine is Good Business," In These Times, January 25, 1992.

[7] Woolhandler and Himmelstein, "Socialized Medicine is Good Business," In These Times. Authors personal communication with Giles Fortin and Lothar W. Rehmer, Health Information Division, Ministry of Health and Welfare, Canada.

[8] Woolhandler, et. al., "Administrative Costs in U.S. Hospitals," p. 401.

[9] Woolhandler and Himmelstein, "Socialized Medicine is Good Business."

[10] GAO, "Canadian Health Insurance: Lessons for the United States," p. 63.

[11] GAO, Canadian Health Insurance: Lessons for the United States, pp. 53-61, 83.

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[16] K. Liu et al., "Home Care Expenses for the Disabled Elderly."

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[18] US. Bipartisan Commission on Comprehensive Health Care, A Call for Action: Final Report (Washington, September 1990); A. M. Rivlin and J.M. Weiner, Caring for the Disabled Elderly: Who Will Pay? (Washington: Brookings Institution, 1988).



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