Medical Evidence Related to English Population Changes in the Eighteenth Century
An attempt is made to assess the extent to which medical effort influenced the reduction of the death rate during the eighteenth century, by consideration of the various medical procedures introduced or already in use in that period. The evidence is believed to suggest that specific medical measures...
|Published in:||Population Studies, Vol. 9, No. 2 (1955), p. 119-141|
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