Public Hospitals, Private Management

The British public's view of the National Health Service of today ranges from complacency to rage, from delight to despair. A small sample of opinion yields such disparate comments as 'the envy of the world' and 'in danger of imminent collapse'. This diversity of opinion becomes particularly extreme, and particularly vociferous, when te hospital sector is mentioned. It is this sector that is the subject of this pamphlet.

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