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The bulk of the last issue of The Journal consisted of the most excellent papers presented at the last meeting of the Association of American Medical Colleges, together with the Constitution and By-laws of the above Association and the recently formed association sailing under the title of the Association of Southern Medical Colleges. It is a conceded fact that the maintenance of an association representative of the colleges of this country will tend to subserve their best interests. This has been proved by the history of like associations representative of all branches of the professions and various educational bodies. It remained for the representatives of the leading colleges of medicine to arrive at this conclusion in a period of the last few years only. Consequently there was organized at Nashville, Tenn., in 1889, the present National body with representatives from fifty-four colleges, representing all sections of the country. This Association
TWO MEDICAL COLLEGE ASSOCIATIONS. JAMA. 1892;XIX(24):705–706. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02420240027009
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