Some wise man has said that no question is ever finally settled until it is settled right. The fight over human slavery went on for generations and even centuries; but the civilized world has come at last to realize that every man is born free and has certain inalienable rights to "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness." The innate love of fair play which persists in the human heart, even when oppressed and abused, will sooner or later assert itself, and society will come, though by devious ways, to do justice. It is faith in the final righteous verdict of society that inspires confidence in the ultimate success of the effort to secure uniform state laws governing the practice of the dental profession.
In order to reach a clear understanding of the difficulties which confront any attempt to secure that for which so many of the dental profession are
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