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rod for f socialized medicine He assesses the compromises made to try. That the medical profession acted To Protect Its Authority Over protect its authority ver practice f medicine New Deal Medicine shows that by the peculiarly American style f incrementalism many f the FSA medical care structures #AND GOALS HAVE BEEN AT LEAST #goals have been atlightning rod for
least realized in the United States and in Canada The lessons learned by the FSA personnelrealized in the United States and in Canada The lessons learned by the FSA personnel transferred into health programs in Canada in the labor unions and finally in Lyndon Johnson's Great Societ.