An Argument Made Before the American Medical Association at Atlanta, Ga., May 7, 1879 Against the Proposed Amendment to the Code of Ethics Restricting the Teaching of Students of Irregular Or Exclusive Systems of Medicine
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absurd adherents adopt the amendment aiding or abetting Allopathic alluded American Medical Association ANN ARBOR argument Association AT ATLANTA believe brought charges clinics code of ethics confess our inability considered derogatory Dartmouth College decision dignity and honor DUNSTER enactment English language entering the profession error ETHICS RESTRICTING exclusive dogmas exclusive system fallacies fessional hence homoeopathic colleges homoeopathic dogma homoeopathic physicians illogical inoperative irregular and exclusive irregular medicine irregular or exclusive irregular students irregular systems judicial council June matter Medical Society medical teaching meeting ment Michigan State Medical mixed boards old school opinion opposition Paragraph pathies polygamy practice principle proposed amendment quackery rational medicine reasoning resolution school of medicine sect in medicine simply so-called irregular spirit stand statute students in irregular sympathy system of medicine TEACHING OF STUDENTS tion to-day treat sectarian medicine unbelievers University of Michigan violation whole state society written letter