The Making of a Social Disease : Tuberculosis in Nineteenth Century France
Barnes, David S.

Berkeley University of California Press 1995 Later printing Octavo (standard size). Slight wear to edges and corners of boards. A print on demand volume from the publisher. 305 p. w/ a few b&w illus., endnotes, bibliography, index. A detailed study of how the French respnded to tuberculosis in the 19th c., which the author sees as coming more from power structures in society than sound medical practice. Very good Hardcover w/ pictorial boards (Item ID: 17491)


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