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‘The Whole Hung Up’: Why Avenging Physicians Burned Down Virginia’s First Med School

A failed attempt at sparking a slave rebellion, John Brown’s 1859 raid on Harpers Ferry, Virginia showed that violence had become inevitable when it came to resolving the issue of slavery in America. Though rarely remembered, a group of 'grave robbing' medical students ensured medical education played its part in one of the most controversial moments in United States history.

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