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the city to mark the sesquicentennial anniversary of its inception as the Medical College of Louisiana in 1834, Professor Duffy was the obvious choice as its author. A history of any American medical school with old roots can be useful as a case study of how nineteenth-century proprietary schools with tiny, part-time faculties were transformed into massive,… (More)
and shows that there are no insuperable philosophical problems in postulating a naturalistic, causal mode of social analysis which transcends the limited explanatory power of mere common sense, and the anti-causal view that all that can be offered are rule-obeying descriptions of actors' meanings of their performances. One significant distinction between… (More)