American Cycles of Health reform
Ruth Clifford Engs

Westport, Ct: Praeger/ABC-Cleo Publishers, 2000, 2001

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      Dr. Engs shows how Americans' fervor for self-improvement occurs in spurts. [she] tracks the cultural forces that prompt each movement and those that set off each rebellion against health, and the story is told in an appealing way for mass audiences...Whether a reader goes along with her theory, the book is chock[ed] full of amusing anecdotes and brief biographies.

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    ISBN-10: 027597541X / ISBN-13: 978-0275975418

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