Medicine: A. M. A. Flayed

In Manhattan last week twenty antivivisection, anti-inoculation, animal humane societies of the United States and Canada gathered at the semi-annual meeting of the International Conference for the Investigation of Vivisection to flay the medical profession. They inveighed against the practice of cutting open innocent little animals or filling them with nasty diseases. Said Charles Edward Russell, famed radical author and winner of the 1928 Pulitzer prize for Biography: "I suggest that we broadcast to the public a pamphlet challenging the American Medical Association directly. The doctors won't meet us in a hearing because...

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