Is Medicare Really Going Broke?

– May 1, 2008

Research Reports – 1995, Issue: 13 Also: Social Security’s Compelling Myth

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America’s Future in Germany’s Past? A Brief History of the German National Health Care System

– May 1, 2008

Research Reports – 05/05/2008 Also: Price Inflation is Costing More than the Government Claims Business Cycle Conditons

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Health Care: How Much? Who Pays?

– May 1, 2008

Research Reports – 1996, Issue: 15

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The “Silent Revolution” in Medicare

– May 1, 2008

Research Reports – 1998, Issue: 13 Also: The Millennium Bug

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The Trouble with Medicare

– May 1, 2008

Research Reports – 1998, Issue: 22 Also: Business-Cycle Conditions

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Rising Tide Economics

– May 1, 2008

Research Reports – 1999, Issue: 11 Also: A Medicare Mystery

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Clinton’s Drug Plan: A Prescription for More Bureaucracy, Less Patient Choice

– May 1, 2008

Research Reports – 1999, Issue: 15 Also: The Other War on Drugs

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The Myth of the Social Security “Trust Fund”

– May 1, 2008

Research Reports – 2000, Issue: 07 Also: Uninsured – By Chance or By Choice?

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The Operation Was a Success, But the Patient Died

– May 1, 2008

Research Reports – 2000, Issue: 14 Also: Business-Cycle Conditions

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National Health Care: A Focus on the Economic Fundamentals

– May 1, 2008

Research Reports – 1977, Issue: 26

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Requiem for a Good Idea

– May 1, 2008

Research Reports – 2000, Issue: 23 In economic theory, Medical Savings Accounts would seem to pro- vide greater benefits to health care consumers than many alternatives. The problem is that the public doesn’t want them.  Also: Book Review: The Pow …

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Rx for Medicare

– May 1, 2008

Research Reports – 1983, Issue: 44 Also: The Swiss Franc and Trade Balance

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