London:: Peter Owen, 1981., 1981. 8vo. 148 pp. 6 plates, index. Red silver-stamped boards, dust-jacket; jacket torn. Very good. ISBN: 072060527X Hodgkin discovered his eponymous disease in 1832, but by 1839 he was effectively shunned by hospitals and many physicians because of his Quaker opposition to the treatment of indigenous people subdued by the British Empire. The title refers to Hodgkin's medical reputation as an anatomist, as well as his advocacy for oppressed indigenous people, particularly those in Canada.
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