Rivals’ prescriptions for an ailing system
Philadelphia Inquirer, September 29, 2008
Barack Obama and John McCain present voters with starkly different visions of how to change the nation's troubled healthcare system. But don't expect the election to hinge on healthcare, political and healthcare experts said after the Wall Street debacle grabbed the spotlight for the foreseeable future.
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