Pseudo-Intellectual (February 2013)

Jim's Pseudo-Intellectual Book Club Vol. LVII -- good for what ails you

Is there a doctor in the house? If so, don’t let him near the patient.
That’s the essence of the story surrounding the 1881 assassination of President James Garfield, who had been in office for roughly three months when he was felled by an assassin’s bullet. The bullet to Garfield’s back wasn’t the major problem, Garfield’s doctors were.


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