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Books Books 1 - 10 of about 23 related to The Therapeutic revolution: essays in the social history of American medicine.   

Explaining Epidemics

Charles E. Rosenberg - Medical - 1992 - 357 pages
Collection of author's essays previously published individually
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No Other Gods: On Science and American Social Thought

Charles E. Rosenberg - Science - 1997 - 311 pages
In its original edition, No Other Gods offered a pioneering and influential examination of the ways in which social institutions and values shaped American scientific practice ...
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History and Health Policy in the United States: Putting the Past Back in

Rosemary Stevens, Charles E. Rosenberg, Lawton R. Burns - Medical - 2006 - 364 pages
In our rapidly advancing scientific and technological world, many take great pride and comfort in believing that we are on the threshold of new ways of thinking, living, and ...
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Philadelphia Stories: A Photographic History, 1920-1960

Fredric Miller, Morris J. Vogel, Allen Freeman Davis - History - 1988 - 319 pages
Photographs document the growth of Philadelphia and show the life of its citizens from 1920-1960
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Still Philadelphia

Fredric Miller, Morris J. Vogel, Allen Freeman Davis - History - 1983 - 290 pages
Photographs document the growth of Philadelphia and show the life of its citizens prior to World War II
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Cultural Connections: Museums and Libraries of Philadelphia and the Delaware ...

Morris J. Vogel - Architecture - 1991 - 256 pages
Illustrates the history, civilization, and social conditions of the United States via artifacts, paintings, and other objects from the collections of cultural institutions in ...
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The Trial of the Assassin Guiteau: Psychiatry and the Law in the Gilded Age

Charles E. Rosenberg - History - 1995 - 289 pages
In this brilliant study, Charles Rosenberg uses the celebrated trial of Charles Guiteau, who assassinated President Garfield in 1881, to explore insanity and criminal ...
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