To the Editor:—In the admirable and timely paper read before the Section on State Medicine, under the title of "American Versus European Medical Education " (vide No. 3, Vol. XV, of The Journal), the author, Dr. Samuel O. L. Potter, unintentionally no doubt, does an injustice to the Medical Department of the University of Georgetown, by placing this school in class second of the four comprising his classification (p. 85, loc. cit.).
This school should stand in his first class for the following reasons:
Kleinschmidt CHA. American vs. European Medical Education. JAMA. 1890;XV(6):231. doi:10.1001/jama.1890.02410320035012