Aaron B. Rabinowitz

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The purpose of this article is to assess the influence of interest groups over news content. In particular, I explore the possibility that political advertising campaigns affect the tenor and framing of newspaper coverage in health policy debates. To do so, I compare newspaper coverage of the Patients' Bill of Rights debate in 1999 in five states that were(More)
Scholars and commentators alike have long used 'organized medicine' as shorthand for the American Medical Association (AMA). However, organized medicine has increasingly shown signs of fragmentation into specialty societies over the last two decades. While the AMA remains the largest association of physicians, and wields a great deal of influence in(More)
* J.D., cum laude, Temple University, 2004; M.S.E., University of Pennsylvania, 2000; B.S.E., cum laude, Princeton University, 1997. Law Clerk to the Honorable Jan E. DuBois, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, 2004-05. I would like to acknowledge Professors David G. Post and Salil K. Mehra for their assistance and(More)
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