Ward-Healers of the AMA

Harrison, Gilbert A.
April 1961
New Republic;4/17/61, Vol. 144 Issue 16, p13
Opposes the American Medical Association's lobbying against legislation funding medical care for the aged through the social security system in the U.S. Statistics on the health and medical conditions in the U.S.; Recommendation of the government of U.S. President John F. Kennedy regarding medical care for older people; Lobbying strategy of the association; Content of propaganda the association is distributing to doctors' patients.


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