Commentary: James Mackenzie 1921, still relevant in 2012.

The son of a tenant farmer from Scone, James Mackenzie was a remarkable example of social mobility in Victorian and Edwardian Britain. After initial schooling and an apprenticeship as a dispensing chemist, he entered medical training, and shortly after completing his course, he became a general practitioner in Burnley in 1879. In general practice, he became… CONTINUE READING