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Excerpt from The Story of a National Crime
It is now over 9 months since these occurrences and I have not received a single communication with reference to carrying out the Bug gestions of our report. Am I wrong in assuming that the vanity of Mr. D. C. Scott, growing out of his success at manipulating the mental activities of Mr. Pedley, has led him to the fatal deception of supposing that his cleverness will be equal to that of Prospero in calming any storm that may blow up from a Tuberculosis Association or any where else, since he knows that should he fail he has through memoranda on file placed the responsibility on Mr. Pedley and yourself. In this parti onlar matter, he is counting upon the ignorance and indifference of the public to the fate of the Indians but with the awakening of the health conscience of the people, we areinow'seeing on every hand, I feel certain that serious trouble will come out of departmental inertia, and I am not personally disposed to have any blame fall upon me.
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bound: 24 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (April 16, 2017)
isbn: 1331922364, 978-1331922360,
weight: 1.8 ounces (