In the previous issue of this Journal, Professor Craver argued that both the power of the health insurance industry and the burden of government medical programs which require peer review justify antitrust immunity for physicians who unionize. In reply, Dr. Glantz argues that doctors, because of their unique position, have power not held by ordinary workers and that the burdens which Professor Craver cites are not so great that physicians should be given even greater power in the form of antitrust immunity.
Stanton A. Glantz,
A Reply to Professor Craver: Physicians in Private Practice Already Have Enough Power,
27 Hastings L.J. 315
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