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The Vivisection Question

by Albert Leffingwell, M.D.
Format
Book; Online; EBook
Published
New Haven, The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor company, 1901.
Language
English
Contents
  • The vivisection question. [Scribner's monthly, July, 1880]--Certain dangers of vivisection. [Liggincott's magazine, Aug. 1884]--Concerning a prize essay.
  • Vivisection in America.
  • The restriction of vivisection. [The Christian register, 1894]--An ethical basis for humanity. [Read before the Humane congress of the World's Columbian exposition, Chicago, Oct. 12, 1893]--Physiology in our public schools. [Journal of education, Boston, Mass.]--A dangerous ideal. [Pub. by the American humanitarian league in 1894]--State supervision of vivisection. [From Senate report, no. 1049]--Does vivisection need concealment?--Does science need secrecy?--Some mistakes of scientists. [From Senate document 78, 55th Congress. Rev.]--Is science advanced by deceipt? [From Senate document 78, 55th Congress. 1899]--The value of life and truth. [New York independent Jan. 23, 1896]--The regulation of vivisection: an address before the Senate committee at Washington, D.C. [Feb. 21, 1900]--Some lessons of great reforms. [Address delivered at the meeting of the American humane assoc., Pittsburgh, Pa., Oct. 12, 1900]--Appendix.
Description
viii, 267 p. 23 cm.
Mode of access: Internet.
Reproduction Notes
Photocopy Evanston, Ill. : Northwestern University Library, 2006.
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