The Health Care Revolution, Carl Ameringer elucidates as no one else has done the central importance of antitrust regulation as health care policy in the United States since the 1970s, with an inside view into the activities of the Federal Trade Commission. An exciting, lucid, and ambitious book."ÂRosemary A. Stevens, author of
The Public- Private Health Care State
"Carl Ameringer's penetrating scholarly vision permits him to see inside the medical and legal professions. The result is an authoritative monograph that will claim the attention of scholars and policymakers because it frames the modern history of medical care in new and important ways."ÂEdward D. Berkowitz, author of
Something Happened: A Political and Cultural History of the Seventies
Carl F. Ameringer is Professor of Health Policy and Politics at the L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs, Virginia Commonwealth University. He is the author of
State Medical Boards and the Politics of Public Protection.