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It would seem a small matter that during the ensuing year each member of the Association should secure for The Journal one additional subscriber. The doubling of the subscription list would warrant such an outlay for the improvement of The Journal as would well repay the effort. The Association would at once command a wider influence and the profession at large secure to themselves a benefit too valuable to be lost. Will those members of the Association who have its welfare and the best interests of the profession at heart give us a helping hand, while we labor earnestly to increase the value and usefulness of The Journal?
Will each member secure one new subscriber?
INDIVIDUAL EFFORT. JAMA. 1889;XIII(2):58. doi:10.1001/jama.1889.04440010022010
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