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Oct 11, 1919 LO, THE POOR BOURGEOIS! IF there was one feature of the great railway strike more melancholy than another, it was the figure cut by a certain section of the middle-classes. For our part we have always been impatient of dull gibes at the middle-classes—gibes that are the boast of the artistic and […]

The Case For Osteopathy

The Spectator – 10 September 1926 The Case For Osteopathy By ROBERT LYND OSTEOPATHY has recently been the subject of heated and lively debate both in the Press and in Parliament. Public opinion has been growing steadily in its favour for some time past, owing to the remarkable cures effected by it when all the […]