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Bonesetting, chiropractic and cultism; a critical study of chiropractic, its history and its methods in its relationship with past and present-day medical science, along with analyses, conclusions and speculation regarding its status and its future.

Title:Bonesetting, chiropractic and cultism; a critical study of chiropractic, its history and its methods in its relationship with past and present-day medical science, along with analyses, conclusions and speculation regarding its status and its future.
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Note:Critique Books, 1963
  
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Subject:Chiropractic -- Social aspects
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