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A few days ago the Herald called attention to a bill before...
Austin (Minn.) Herald
A few days ago the Herald called attention to a bill before the Legislature which would prevent members of the Christian Science faith from practising in the state without a medical license.
The injustice of such a measure is plain to all, and no really loyal American citizen but must hope for its failure. Personal liberty is one of the choicest of American privileges, so long as that personal liberty does not interfere with the rights of others. Those who want a physician are at liberty to have one, and most people do; but if they do not want a doctor and do want Christian Science, they should be privileged to have it.
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