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"No cure, no money", or the invisible hand of quackery: the language of commerce, credit, and cash in eighteenth-century British medical advertisements.

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"No cure, no money", or the invisible hand of quackery: the language of commerce, credit, and cash in eighteenth-century British medical advertisements.

Studies in eighteenth-century culture , Volume 28: 28 – Oct 2, 2012

"No cure, no money", or the invisible hand of quackery: the language of commerce, credit, and cash in eighteenth-century British medical advertisements.

Studies in eighteenth-century culture , Volume 28: 28 – Oct 2, 2012

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ISSN
0360-2370
DOI
10.1353/sec.2010.0252
pmid
22454979

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Published: Oct 2, 2012

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