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Public health the American way

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This edition published in by Citizens medical reference bureau, inc. in New York, N.Y.

Written in English

238 pages

The Bureau is convinced that compulsory medication, often backed by propaganda and political or other pressure, controverts the American idea of personal liberty, and has within it the power of more harm than good. It believes, too, that certain medical legislation compulsory in nature and in effect has been either proposed or enacted insidiously without bearing the compulsory label. In the pages which follow, Mr. Harry Bernhardt Anderson, Secretary of the Citizens Medical Reference Bureau, Inc., directs attention to these and other significant facts which are matters of record in medical and public health literature. Because of its objective approach and of the authoritative nature of the evidence cited, the book merits careful study. - Foreword.

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Public health the American way

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The Bureau is convinced that compulsory medication, often backed by propaganda and political or other pressure, controverts the American idea of personal liberty, and has within it the power of more harm than good. It believes, too, that certain medical legislation compulsory in nature and in effect has been either proposed or enacted insidiously without bearing the compulsory label. In the pages which follow, Mr. Harry Bernhardt Anderson, Secretary of the Citizens Medical Reference Bureau, Inc., directs attention to these and other significant facts which are matters of record in medical and public health literature. Because of its objective approach and of the authoritative nature of the evidence cited, the book merits careful study. - Foreword.

Public health the American way

This edition published in by Citizens medical reference bureau, inc. in New York, N.Y.


Table of Contents

Preface / Raymond Pitcairn
The Bill of Rights a protection against compulsory medication
Federal Health Service offers new plan for the medical control of everybody
Fads in health legislation
Sanitation prevents disease
The federal program for the X-Ray extermination of everybody
Appendix to Chapter V
Fascism through compulsory medical legislation
Fear campaigns create disease
Preventive medicine as it relates to private medical practice
How organized "regular" physicians have sought by law to regulate all other methods of healing
Conscientious objection to compulsory medication
Socialized medicine inimical to public welfare
The Wagner-Murray-Dingell Bill of 1945

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
614.2
Library of Congress
RA394 .A48

Contributors

  • Preface
    Raymond Pitcairn

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL29271M
LC Control Number
sg 46000089
OCLC/WorldCat
1555702

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