QOTD: Walter Voegtlin on Intellectual Independence

If this book must be dedicated to someone, it should be to the occasional man, woman, or child who still can resist the specious authority of food merchants, their lavish advertisements and spectacular television commercials, and retain sufficient intellectual independence to think for themselves.

—Walter L. Voegtlin, M.D., F.A.C.P., in The Stone Age Diet (1975)

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