H J Wershow

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A growing recognition that our resources are not limitless has made it necessary for us to abandon the concept of unlimited production and consumption and to set priorities among the goods and services that society is to provide. The author argues that determining priorities in the area of health services should be done on a rational basis, with increased(More)
  • H J Wershow
  • International journal of aging & human…
  • 1979
The European social democracies have been more generous than the United States in social provision, including services to aged. The momentum of provision has slowed down in recent years. We suggest that prosperity which has led to use of foreign laborers in menial jobs has caused this slow down. The dynamics are similar to the historical U.S. use of(More)