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This third number of the "New International Year-Book" is an improvement over the previous numbers, which should be expected, as the editors of the various departments increase in experience and profit from criticism and suggestion. Almost every subject of human thought and endeavor is treated; brief biographies of persons prominently in the public eye during the year are given; new inventions and great public works are described and illustrated; the articles on the achievements in medicine during the year seem well up to date. The work is informing, and is an interesting summary of the year's progress.
The New International Year-Book. JAMA. 1910;55(18):1578. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.04330180066035
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