We celebrate vaccination today as a great achievement, yet many nineteenth-century Americans regarded it uneasily, accepting it as a necessary evil forced upon them by their employers or the law. States had to make vaccination compulsory because of great popular distaste for it. Why? How did such a...
|Main Author:||Walloch, Karen L.|
Rochester, NY :
University of Rochester Press,
Rochester studies in medical history.
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