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November 22, 1958

A Doctor Speaks His Mind

JAMA. 1958;168(12):1730. doi:10.1001/jama.1958.03000120136040

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This little volume is a collection of short articles giving the author's opinion on many subjects. Dr. Lee's opinions will be respected by all members of the medical profession and should find agreement in the minds of most. He takes a dim view of governmental interference in the practice of medicine and warns that there are many things that may be pointing the way to control of the profession by the government. He writes on such subjects as "Are There Enough Doctors?" "Is Blue Cross—Blue Shield a Menace?" "Crusades," and "Hero Worship." Throughout all of these essays is woven the common sense of one of America's outstanding and beloved physicians. It is well worth reading.

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