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To the Editor:
—About a year ago I was circularized re "Who's Who in American Medicine." Without much thought I filled in the blank as one would the questionnaire of the A. M. A. Directory, and later canceled the order. I now realize the folly of such a publication coming from a commercial publishing company. The publishers insisted on mailing a copy, which I refused at the post-office. Since then I have had two bills and several letters insisting that I must take the book on "moral grounds."There is no need of such a publication that cannot be better filled by our own directory. I ask, How is any one to judge who is who anyway? What special talent is to decide?
Walter FJ. "WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN MEDICINE". JAMA. 1926;86(22):1714. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02670480044026
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