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Guinea Pig or Man? is a letter written by Arthur Conan Doyle first published in the Daily Express No. 3295, on 1st november 1910.


Guinea Pig or Man?

Daily Express No. 3295 (p. 4)

To the Editor of the "Express."

Sir, — If Mr. Wall has read Lord Cromer's speech he would see statistics as to the difference of plague effects among the inoculated and the normal population in a district of India.

How, then, can he say that Lord Cromer indulges in mere assertion? Such a statement is characteristic of the anti-human campaign with which Mr. Wall is associated.

ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE.
Crowborongh, Sussex.





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