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The Long History of America's Anti-Vaccination Movement

07:00 EST 27 Nov 2018 | Discover Magazine

Skipping vaccination isn't new. And like today, many in the 19th Century anti-vaccination movement hailed from large cities, were educated and earned a decent living.

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