Abolishing private medical practice or prelude to centralized control of the professions and of industry. A factual analysis of the Medical and Hospitalization provisions of the Wagner-Murray Senate Bill 1161 and an explanation of some of their implications. John M. Pratt.

Abolishing private medical practice or prelude to centralized control of the professions and of industry. A factual analysis of the Medical and Hospitalization provisions of the Wagner-Murray Senate Bill 1161 and an explanation of some of their implications

Chicago: National Physicians' Committee for the Extension of Medical Service, [1943]. Pamphlet. 26p., wraps, very good condition, 4x7.25 inches.

Opposed to the government being involved in medicine.

Cat.No: 277820

Price: $25.00

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