Medicine: Great Pox (Cont'd)

Last week a tidal wave of propaganda against venereal disease, having gathered force for 13 months, flooded the entire nation. In San Francisco and Manhattan, in New Orleans and Duluth, and in 200 communities lying between, groups of earnest men and women who support the American Social Hygiene Association listened to facts and exhortations. From the President of the U. S. and his wife down to the most blushing volunteer social worker, there was evidenced a determination to make venereal diseases, especially syphilis, as rare as typhoid fever. Repeatedly quoted.was President Roosevelt's recent...

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