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"Let us go forth in the bold day, and write."
“A system of education which attracts no great number of boys, which unites its disciples in no strong bonds of common associations and good-fellowship, and which, after years of trial, is not highly organized … has no strong hold upon the community in which it exists.”
The second installment in a three-part series about the wasting disease now known as tuberculosis