I am happy to have a chance to visit with you this afternoon on this subject which is general enough to cover almost anything I want to talk about.
I am particularly glad to have had the chance to hear Congressman Harris and to have his philosophy on the dangers that are ahead of us with this third party that he talked about.
My remarks are going to fit in quite well with some of the things that were mentioned, but first I want to express appreciation on behalf of the American Farm Bureau and the state farm bureaus and all the county farm bureaus and some 500-and-some thousand farm families for the interest that the American Medical Association and the state medical associations are taking in our problems of rural health and the better medical care which we need in the rural areas—I might say the increased appreciation and
Shuman CB. AGRICULTURE LOOKS TO THE FUTURE. JAMA. 1957;165(12):1626–1632. doi:10.1001/jama.1957.72980300051021
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