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March 28, 1891

Shall The Journal be Removed to Washington?

JAMA. 1891;XVI(13):465. doi:10.1001/jama.1891.02410650032018

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To the Editor:  —I have read most of the letters to The Journal, pro and con, in relation to the moving of the same to Washington, D. C., and I have not seen any opinion, as yet, coming from the profession in the old Granite State. But I am sure, that as I have consulted with my confrères thus far, a united voice will come from her hills and valleys: "Let The Journal remain where it is, unless you wish to asphyxiate its present life powers!"My reasons are the following: As far as I can judge, there are three to one of the members of the Association, regardless of location, who are opposed to its removal. It is much better and safer policy to let the majority rule in the make-up of all organized bodies. If for no other reason, organic law will decide: "Let it remain in Chicago."

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