Medicine: Anti-antivivisectionist

Yandell Henderson, professor of applied physiology at Yale, was angry. Cause: anti-vivisectionists will introduce a bill at the coming short session of Congress to prohibit the use of animals for medical purposes or scientific investigations within the District of Columbia. Such District law would be a mean blow at medical research, for the states next would be induced to imitate its restrictions, with a Constitutional Amendment in prospect.

Angry because he must sneakily buy his dogs from scamps, because Connecticut's law forces him to pay at least $5 for any sort of dog, most of all because he hates nonsensical restrictions,...

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