You will synthesize your understanding of why Clinton’s Health Plan was unsuccessful. Discuss the features of the Clinton health care reform plan and provide reasons why it failed and describe the influence of the various interest groups and governmental entities during this process. Make sure to discuss both the policy process and the policy environment—that is, the key players involved and other circumstances that shaped this policy-making effort. Consider and discuss the following: Take a position in support or opposition Discuss the context of this legislation - name the expected demanders and suppliers as outlined in our textbook, Chapter 3. (See Attached) Describe the expected interest groups and their specific arguments. Describe the expected interplay between demanders and suppliers, interest groups and analyze the public policy environment. Be sure to support your work with specific citations from this week’s Learning Resources (Attached) and additional scholarly sources as appropriate. References to be used This article reviews the Clinton Health Plan process and offers an analysis of why it failed. Reinhart U. The Debate that Wasn’t: the public and the Clinton Health care plan. in Aaron H., ed., The Problem that Won’t go Away: Reforming US Health Care Financing, Washington DC Brookings Institute 1996 70-109. This article reviews the Clinton Health Plan lack of public support. Blendon, R. J., Brodie, M., & Benson, J. (1995). What happened to Americans' support for the Clinton health plan? Health Affairs, 14(2), 7–23.