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November 30, 1946

Special Article

JAMA. 1946;132(13):783-785. doi:10.1001/jama.1946.02870480029008

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HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION  MORRIS FISHBEIN, M.D. Editor, Journal of the American Medical Association and Hygeia, the Health Magazine Chicago

(Note.—  Following is the fourth chapter of a history of the American Medical Association, in process of development for publication in connection with the celebration of the Centennial of the American Medical Association in Atlantic City in June 1947.The general account of the history of the Association will be followed by individual histories of the various councils, bureaus, publications and other activities of the Association. The general account is written by the editor of The Journal. Each of the other historical contributions will be by a member of the individual council, bureau or agency responsible and now associated with itordirectly related to its work. Included will be photographs, signatures and a brief biography of each of the hundred presidents of the American Medical Association. This feature has

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