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June 3, 1893

DOMESTIC CORRESPONDENCE.

JAMA. 1893;XX(22):613-614. doi:10.1001/jama.1893.02420490017003

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Abstract

To the Editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association: 

Dear Sir:  —I did not intend to say more than to put myself on record in favor of what I honestly believed to be right for the good of the profession at large, and the future prosperity of the American Medical Association. Since my communication a number of letters have appeared, and some of such a nature as to require amendments to my letter. I make these amendments very freely for the sake of first named principles, and in response to an earnest appeal from that letter.I stated in that letter, April 22,1893, that " I saw nothing in the demand for revision save a down-grade movement on the part of a few in a single State." I am sorry that recent letters prove a few in more than a "single State," "who are dissatisfied and fail to give

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