Paul Terrell

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After five years, the Health and Medicine Policy Research Group, out of generosity or vain-glory, has come to believe that its health policy interventions are a moveable feast. In what follows, the nation's premier interviewer extracts from three HMPRG stalwarts the history and the style of work which, up to this moment, has proven remarkably productive for(More)
Social agency chief executives in six program areas--welfare, health, mental health, community action, model cities, and community mental health centers--were surveyed to determine their reaction to the recent revenue sharing/block grant efforts to decentralize the federal aid system. Despite their strong belief that social initiatives and values were(More)
Fifteen years ago, only an eccentric individual would consider assembling a computer at home. The technology simply would not permit it. Today, the streams of technology and retailing have met. Where the tributaries come together we have a unique and growing concept, the neighborhood computer store. As represented by the Byte Shops (now numbering 40(More)
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