HOBART, N.Y., Aug. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Author William H. Adams, MD seeks to empower the very people defining our society in Medical Practice and the Common Man and Woman: A History ($72.49, paperback, 9781631296154; $81.99, hardcover, 9781631296161; $9.99, e-book, 9781631296178).
Adams has abridged his three-volume work The Natural State of Medical Progress (Liberty Hill Publishing, 2019) into this more streamlined volume. Using medical advances as the gauge for societal progress, he identifies the features of Western Civilization that have allowed medicine to reach its current success, as well as the threat hanging over it.
"Authoritarian governance, the perennial plague of mankind, emits its poison by controlling the common man and woman," said Adams.
William H. Adams, MD, FACP, DCMT (London), began his search for the natural state of medical practice while on the staff of a large municipal hospital in New York City. Dissatisfied by aspects of medical practice as incorporated in recent decades, he continued the search after retirement which, after twenty years, has culminated in this three-volume testimonial to the role of group freedom in human progress.
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SOURCE Xulon Press