Antigovernment sentiment and support for universal access to care: are they incompatible?
Goldsteen, Raymond L.
Kronenfeld, Jennie J.
Hann, Neil E.
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American journal of public health. 1997 Jan; 87(1): 25-8.
Attitudes toward universal access to medical care were examined to determine whether support for it among people opposed to government involvement in health care was modified by three proxy measures of self-interest: being uninsured, in poor health, or a high user of medical care.
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