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To the Editor:
—As a member of the Association, I have carefully read and compared the various reasons assigned for the removal of The Journal, or for continuing its publication in Chicago, wishing, in casting my vote, to do so only after mature consideration.It would occupy too great space to review the pros and cons—the arguments offered on both sides of the question—those of Dr. Solis-Cohen's removal article, so ably replied to by Harold N. Moyer, M.D., and Harvey Reed, M.D.; the spicy and patriotic non-removal vote of E. Chenery, M.D.; besides various other articles appearing in The Journal under the heading: " Shall The Journal, be Removed to Washington?"Permit me, on so appropriate an occasion, to offer the tribute of my sincere esteem to Dr. E. Chenery, for the display of such unbiased and patriotic sentiments as expressed in his letter to The Journal of January 27. Certainly,
Owens CD. Shall The Journal be Removed to Washington?. JAMA. 1891;XVI(9):324. doi:10.1001/jama.1891.02410610035023
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