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June 4, 1910

CANDOR FROM AN ANTIVIVISECTIONIST—AN APPRECIATION

JAMA. 1910;LIV(23):1878. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550490044009

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Abstract

Within the past few months the Ladies' Home Journal has been publishing papers giving both sides of public questions. These articles have been written in each case by men who were competent to discuss from their respective standpoints the subjects dealt with. A few months ago an article appeared, written by the president of the American Antivivisection Society, the Rev. Floyd Tompkins, giving the antivivisectionists' views on animal experimentation. In the next issue of the Ladies' Home Journal the other side of the question was admirably presented by Dr. W. W. Keen. It now appears that Dr. Keen's article has impressed even the antivivisectionists with the weakness of their own arguments as presented by their president. At least, that is the impression obtained by reading the letters sent by Mrs. Caroline Earle White, editor of the official organ of the "antis," the Journal of Zoöphily, to the editor of the

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