Renaissance of Voluntary Enterprise in Medicine

Renaissance of Voluntary Enterprise in Medicine

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    By Margaret Lowenfeld

    In every age the struggle for progress towards a sound society crystallises around a different issue: for example, the struggle for religious freedom, or for the right of all citizens to take part in the government of their country. In our time and in our profession the struggle lies between the power of the bureaucrat as the exponent of the tremendous forces of regulation and standardisation, and that of the human spirit as reflected in free initiative and individual human relationships which will permit and encourage flexibility and spontaneity in the organisation of the medical services to the community.

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