Bioterrorism and Social Choice: Public Health vs. Health Care
Matthew L. Puglisi
Although the nation’s defense and intelligence community had not been successful in preventing the September 11 hijackings, the military and defense apparatus was able to mount a credible response. The country’s public health system, in contrast, appeared unequal to the task of responding to the bioterrorist threat.
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