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Polio: An American Story. David M. Oshinsky

Polio: An American Story


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ISBN: 0195307143,9780195307146 | 368 pages | 10 Mb


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Polio: An American Story David M. Oshinsky
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Indeed, there are a number of prize-winning books that are entirely dedicated to topics that get only brief mention here - Polio: An American Story (Pulitzer) and And the Band Played On come to mind. It reads like a great work of mystery. Small localized paralytic polio epidemics began to appear in Europe and the United States around 1900. Subtitle: The Crusade That Mobilized the nation Against the 20th Century's Most Feared Disease. The history of polio and polio eradication is fascinating. Only slightly peripheral to this topic: may I recommend to you—and maybe your class—Polio: An American Story by David M. Attitudes regarding Communism as the Soviet Union came to power. 'Polio: An American Story' captures the climate of 1950's America, frames the cultural history of polio, tells a scientific suspense story and offers a look into the largest charitable army in the nation. "The Good Doctors should be required reading for every American who views quality health care as a basic human right," declares David Oshinsky, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Polio: An American Story. I viewed the "Whatever Happened to Polio" exhibit at The Smithsonian National Museum of American History during its 2005/2006 tour, and I was able to examine an actual iron lung, an daunting apparatus indeed. I don't get to read nearly as much as I would like -- usually just for about 30 minutes before I fall asleep. Edgar Hoover targeted polio vaccine inventor . Scholars familiar with that time in American history say Hoover's letter typifies the prevailing U.S. FRIDAY 10/28: Steve Almond, author of My Life in Heavy Metal and Candyfreak, will read from and discuss his new collection of stories, God Bless America, with Ben Greenman, author, journalist, and New Yorker editor. Chair in History and is a Distinguished Teaching Professor. I borrowed it from our friends Nick & Kristy. History Professor David Oshinsky won the 2006 Pulitzer Prize for his book "Polio: An American Story."Photo: Marsha Miller. I just finished reading Polio: An American Story by David M. "Polio: An American Story" has received accolades from National Public Radio's "Science Friday," the News Hour with Jim Lehrer, the New York Times and other media outlets. Book: Polio, An American Story.

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