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In discussing this subject we have but one object in view, namely, to make plain, if possible, the present condition of the work of organization, and the best mode of carrying it forward to a successful result. Consequently we shall make as few personal allusions as possible, and assume that all parties have been actuated by good motives, and an earnest desire to make the International Congress to be held in the capital of our own country in 1887 fully equal in all the elements of success to any of the meetings that have preceded it.
The leading facts are, that at the meeting of the American Medical Association in Washington, in May, 1884, the President, in his address, called the attention of the Association to the propriety of extending an invitation to the Congress then soon to assemble in Copenhagen, to hold their next meeting in this country. That
ACTION OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION REGARDING THE ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF 1887. JAMA. 1885;IV(22):605–607. doi:10.1001/jama.1885.02390970017003
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