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Source: Greenville Times
Source type: newspaper
Document type: editorial
Document title: none
Author(s): anonymous
City of publication: Greenville, Mississippi
Date of publication: 28 September 1901
Volume number: 34
Issue number: 8
Pagination: [4]

[untitled]. Greenville Times 28 Sept. 1901 v34n8: p. [4].
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William McKinley (medical care: personal response); William McKinley (medical care: criticism).
Named persons
Martin Dooley; William McKinley.



     The long-suffering public is threatened with a medical controversy among the doctors as to who killed McKinley. A glance at the bulletins from the bedside of the lamented president, signed by a round dozen of M. D.s, produces the impression that he was doctored to death. Thelic, inste pubad [sic] of reading the controversy, would be better employed by turning their attention to the dissertation of the sapient Dooley on surgery and Christian science. “If the doctors had a little more Christianity and the Christians a little more science,” he says, [“]it wouldn’t matter much which a man called in, provided he had a good nurse.”



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