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November 23, 1907


JAMA. 1907;XLIX(21):1779. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.02530210051008

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Dispatches from New Haven state that the address of Dr. McCormack before the Committee of One Hundred in Woolsey Hall of Yale University was heard by a large audience. Dr. Irving Fisher, the chairman of this committee, which was formed by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, also spoke, outlining the work which this admirable organization proposes to do. Some idea of the scope and value of the work being done by Dr. McCormack may be obtained when one considers the range and variety of his audiences. He speaks to-day before a small county society of ten or fifteen country practitioners, or an audience of laymen in a little town. To-morrow he may address the faculty of a great university or the members of the legislature of the state. But the work which he is doing is needed just as much in the university center as it is

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