|LC Classifications||HG9397 .N3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. 1., 12 p.,|
|Number of Pages||12|
|LC Control Number||21002297|
National Industrial Conference Board: Cost of living in the United States, , (New York city, National industrial conference board, inc., [c]), also by Bertha Jacobson, Edith Turner, and M. Ada Beney (page images at HathiTrust). Health Insurance Plan for workers introduced by Otto von B ismarck, the Chancellor o f Germany. Funds are Funds are provided mainly b y a premium -financed social/mandatory insurance and, beside. Broadly speaking, the American Association for Labor Legislation set the following goals: the alleviation of adverse working conditions; the creation of laws to protect safety and health on the job; and the provision of compensation in times of unemployment and benefits for workers no . the compulsory health insurance bills it sponsored in several states, and none. were ever enacted. Beatrix Hoffman, an assistant professor of history at. Northern Illinois University, examines the failure of the compulsory health. insurance movement in one of these states, New York, to provide a glimpse into. Progressive Era health politics.
National Health Insurance in Great Britain, to Bulletin of the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, No. by Henry J. (Henry John) Harris. the Casualty Actuarial Society, as bound by the Society, including in some volumes material from the Year Books. The first seven volumes were printed as Proceedings of the Casualty Actuarial and Statistical Society of America and the last three volumes as the Proceedings of . In the 's, it would oppose National Health Insurance. Then, in the late 's and in the 's, it would become ambivalent about Government health insurance for the aged. (15) In , for example, the AMA adopted a resolution outlining the principles that should be embodied in any Government health insurance program. For historical studies that give little or no attention to the universal-access facet of this work, see Daniel Hirshfield, The Lost Reform: The Campaign for Compulsory Health Insurance in the United States from to (Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, ), 31–37; Viseltear, “Compulsory Health Insurance,” 30–31; Starr Cited by: 5.
ON NOVEM , THE Governing Council of the American Public Health Association (APHA) adopted a policy statement supporting a renewed campaign for universal health care in the United States. The statement recalled the association's “longstanding commitment to the establishment of publicly funded and guaranteed comprehensive, affordable health care for all.”1 This essay demonstrates Cited by: 5. As a vice president of the Prudential Insurance Company of Newark, New Jersey, Hoffman led a relentless campaign against proposals for government-ran . Full text of "Report of the Health insurance commission of the state of Illinois. May 1, " See other formats. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.