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March 20, 1897


JAMA. 1897;XXVIII(12):563. doi:10.1001/jama.1897.02440120037010

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The Record in a belated article on the Wisconsin Eclectic Medical College proposes a new motto: " Let us have no Diploma Mills in the Capital City of the American Medical Association." The Record is entirely welcome to any kind of a motto its Editor thinks he needs. Our valiant friend always does better when he has some back-number literature to fight about, and if a motto of this kind is essential to greater New York and the still greater Shrady, let him print it in red ink at the head of his columns and sail right in. By the way, we printed last week a full account of the downfall of " Dr." Rutland and his bogus college, and several times we have published exposures of Rutland's mill, but the Record did not find it out until the matter had ceased to be news to everybody but the unfortunate readers of

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