Freneau's Satire of Rutgers
Keywords:Rutgers, Medical Education, Medicine
AbstractMarsh discusses and reprints a tale Philip Freneau wrote for the Philadelphia "Aurora" in 1815. It is a satire on Rutgers about the awarding of medical degrees to "students" from New York, where presumably they were unable to obtain a degree.
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