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While easily stated, this is a difficult target because of the confusion in defining both quality care and lowest cost.

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Here is a physical man rejoicing in the air he breathes, the food he eats, in every vital act. Speaking at a meeting of the Christian Social Union the other day he began with the comforting statement that there is a great deal of masculine energy and indomitable courage and steadfastness of purpose left in the Anglo-Saxon race;" it is for us.

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For care is a passion of the soul occasioned by the reason's being in a state of laborious emotion.

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