National health insurance in the United States and Canada race, territory, and the roots of differenceMaterial type: BookSeries: American governance and public policy: Publisher: Washington Georgetown University Press 2008Description: xxii,234p. 23 cm.ISBN: 9781589012066.Subject(s): National health insurance -- United States -- History -- 20th century | National health insurance -- Canada -- History -- 20th century | National Health Insurance, United States -- history -- Canada | National Health Insurance, United States -- history -- United States | History, 20th Century -- Canada | History, 20th Century -- United States | History, 21st Century -- Canada | History, 21st Century -- United States | Politics -- Canada | Politics -- United States | Race Relations -- history -- Canada | Race Relations -- history -- United States | Single-Payer System -- history -- Canada | Single-Payer System -- history -- United StatesDDC classification: 368.42
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 213-224) and index.
Similar beginnings, different contexts, 1910-40 -- Failure of reform in the Truman era, 1943-52 -- The medicare package, 1957-65 -- Race and the Clinton reforms -- Federal failure, provincial success: reform in Canada, 1945-49 -- National public hospital insurance and medical care insurance in Saskatchewan, 1950-62 -- Medical care insurance in Canada, 1962-84 -- The iconic status of health care in Canada, 1984-2008 -- Contemporary public health insurance in the United States and Canada -- Conclusions and implications.