Doing Better And Feeling Worse by John H Knowles

Doing Better And Feeling Worse

byJohn H Knowles

Paperback | January 1, 1981

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This is a book that will generate debate, discussion, controversy, conflict, and perhaps some legislative reform when the impact of its arguments begins to be felt. Twenty doctors, economists, and political and social scientists were asked by the Rockefeller Foundation to write on health and medical care in the United States. A clue to their opinions about the state of the nation's health is the title of their volume, Doing Better and Feeling Worse.

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John Knowles was born in Fairmont, W.Va., on September 16, 1926. He began prep school at Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire from 1942 to 1944 and was then inducted into the U.S. Army Air Corps. After World War II ended, he attended Yale University, graduating in 1949, and then worked as a reporter for the Hartford Courant. He eve...
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Title:Doing Better And Feeling WorseFormat:PaperbackDimensions:1 pages, 6.05 × 9.38 × 0.73 inPublished:January 1, 1981Publisher:W W Norton

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ISBN - 10:0393064239

ISBN - 13:9780393064230

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This is a book that will generate debate, discussion, controversy, conflict, and perhaps some legislative reform when the impact of its arguments begins to be felt. Twenty doctors, economists, and political and social scientists were asked by the Rockefeller Foundation to write on health and medical care in the United States. A clue to their opinions about the state of the nation's health is the title of their volume, Doing Better and Feeling Worse.