anonymous
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Help me understand this quote!
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Opcode
  • Opcode
Where is the quote, my good sir?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Use the quotation and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following question. “December 25th—Christmas. We are still in tents, when ought to be in huts—the poor sick, suffer much in tents this cold weather. But we now treat them differently from what they used to be at home. . . . We avoid piddling pills, powders, Babus’s Linctus’s cordials—and all such insignificant matters whose powers are only rendered important by causing the patient to vomit up his money instead of his disease. But very few of the sick men die.” —Albigence Waldo on the care of the sick at Valley Forge Albigence Waldo was a physician at Valley Forge. What does he say about the quality of care that sick soldiers received at Valley Forge? The soldiers receive the same treatment as if they were at home. Many don’t suffer in the cold despite being housed in tents. Many soldiers are treated with remedies that do nothing to cure them. Despite receiving different treatment from the normal, few of the sick die.
Opcode
  • Opcode
Albigence Waldo was a physician at Valley Forge. What does he say about the quality of care that sick soldiers received at Valley Forge? D. Despite receiving different treatment from the normal, few of the sick die.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
How did you get that?
Opcode
  • Opcode
It is in the quote you posted: But we now treat them differently from what they used to be at home. . . . We avoid piddling pills, powders, Babus’s Linctus’s cordials—and all such insignificant matters whose powers are only rendered important by causing the patient to vomit up his money instead of his disease. But very few of the sick men die. Here is your quote: “December 25th—Christmas. We are still in tents, when ought to be in huts—the poor sick, suffer much in tents this cold weather. But we now treat them differently from what they used to be at home. . . . We avoid piddling pills, powders, Babus’s Linctus’s cordials—and all such insignificant matters whose powers are only rendered important by causing the patient to vomit up his money instead of his disease. But very few of the sick men die.” —Albigence Waldo on the care of the sick at Valley Forge

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