Her latest book, Health Care For Some: Rights and Rationing
in the United States Since 1930, is a detailed, thoughtful history of health care in the US from the Great Depression until today.
2 c r o r e s records spread out in 341 Blocks & 55 Rationing
Areas , 67 Sub-Divisions 19 districts, 3 Divisions of the state.
The PM said that food rationing
has to be stopped, confirming that the cabinetis in front of a country that needs reform, development and rebuilding in all the sectors of health, agriculture, industry, education as well as housing.
NEW YORK (CyHAN)- In an effort to ease frustrations over long lines at gas stations, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced Thursday, plans to begin rationing
fuel in the city as it continues to recover from the damage left behind by Hurricane Sandy.
The major feature of peoples' lives in 1948 was the constant shortage of nearly everything, and of course there was rationing
Health care rationing
has been a source of contentious debate in the United States for nearly 30 years.
This did not end with the war and although more foods were coming into the country, food rationing
did not completely finish until 1954.
Summary: State-run Electricite du Liban attributed Friday the severe electricity rationing
to low power production, illegal connections on high voltage lines and a halt in the delivery of electricity from Egypt and Syria.
QWHEN did rationing
start and finish during World War 2 and what was the rationing
said Tuesday that it will implement electricity rationing
in northeastern Japan from Wednesday to grapple with power shortages in the wake of Friday's killer earthquake, a day after Tokyo Electric Power Co.
Had I not been one of a handful of bioethicists over the years who had pushed to bring the need for rationing
of health care to public attention and proposed ways to carry it out?
Now, its western cousin the Los Angeles Times has written an editorial that calls rationing
fears about Obamacare "irrational"--as it implicitly calls for rationing