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  • ISBN 0521382084
  • ISBN13 978-0521382083
  • Language English
  • Author Jack D. Ellis
  • Publisher Cambridge University Press (September 28, 1990)
  • Pages 318
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Between the birth of the Third Republic and the outbreak of World War I, French medical doctors gained a far-reaching influence over the political life of their country, serving as mayors on the local level and ranking second only to lawyers in parliament. Their frequent medical contact with the people served as the foundation for their political success. In this volume Ellis explores the causes and significance of this phenomenon by examining the careers of the members of parliament who held degrees in medicine. It is the first book to deal explicitly with the backgrounds and careers of the physician-legislators, and uses a wealth of previously untapped sources. This study places medical history within a larger political framework and will be of interest to all concerned with modern French and European history, the social history of medicine, and the evolution of the professions.

Jack D. Ellis, The s of France. Medicine and Politics in the Early Third Republic 1870-1914, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge History of Medicine, 1990, XII–305 p.

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Between the birth of the Third Republic and the outbreak of World War I, French medical doctors gained a far-reaching influence over the political life of their.

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Dubois was reelected to the same constituency in the general elections of 11 May 1902. Ellis, Jack D. (1990-09-28). The s of France: Medicine and Politics in the Early Third Republic, 1870-1914. His main platform in his campaign was improving hygiene in factories. He was a member of the army commission and again a member of the public hygiene committee. He continued to devote most of his activity to the promotion of hygiene and the fight against occupational diseases, and especially the fight against tuberculosis in the army  . He continued to devote most of his activity to promotion of hygiene and the fight against occupational diseases, and especially the fight against tuberculosis in the army  .

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a b Medical Ministers In France – BMJ, p. 264. ^ Ellis 1990, p. 10. (1990-09-28), The s of France: Medicine and Politics in the Early Third Republic, 1870-1914, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 978-0-521-38208-3, retrieved 2015-12-05. 100. 13. Jolly, Jean (1960–1977). Dubief (Fernand Jean-Baptiste)".