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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|ISBN:||1557863172 9781557863171 1557863180 9781557863188|
|Description:||xiv, 231 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||1. The 1980 and 1984 Elections and the New Deal: An Alternative Interpretation. Political Events in the United States in the Reagan Era: The Hegemonic Explanations. The Class Behavior of the Republicans and the Nonclass Behavior of the Democrats. Social Expenditures and the Deficit: The Ideological Debate --
2. Class Politics and Social Movements in the United States. The Dismissal of Class. Social Movements rather than Class --
3. The 1988 Democratic Party Primary Elections: The Rediscovery of a National Health Program. A Chronicle of the Jesse Jackson Campaign. Dukakis's Call for a Universal Health Program. The Need for Specificity: The Jackson Budget. The Battle of the Party Platform: The Call for a National Health Program --
4. The 1988 Presidential Election. The Message before Atlanta. Dukakis's Message during and after Atlanta. Lessons of the 1988 Election: The Future of the Democratic Party --
5. The Welfare State and its Redistributive Effects: Part of the Problem or Part of the Solution? Why the Welfare State is a "Problem" The End of Keynesianism? The "Neoliberalism" of the Reagan Administration. A Progressive Alternative to the Anti-Welfare State Policies --
6. Production and the Welfare State: The Political Context of Reforms. The Dominant Interpretation of Reformism in the United States. The Working Class as the Agency of Change after World War II. The "Disappearance" of Class in Politics --
7. Why Some Countries have National Health Insurance, Others Have National Health Services, and the United States has Neither. Prevalent Theoretical Positions. Class Power as an Explanatory Variable for the Funding and Organization of Health Services. Developments in the Health Sector after World War II. Will the United States have a National Health Program? --
8. The 1992 Presidential Election and the Clinton Administration Policies: The Politics of Health Care Reform. The 1992 Presidential Election. The Health Care Situation in the United States. The Clinton Administration Policies: Health Care Reform.
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