Index to Chiropractic Literature
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  Title Palmer Chiropractic Green Books: The definitive guide. By Timothy J. Faulkner, D.C., Joseph Foley, D.C., and Simon Senzon, D.C. First Edition [book review]
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Journal Chiropr Hist. 2018 Winter;38(2):70-71
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Excerpt: This book provides a philosophical and theoretical overview of all 44 Green Books, written from a historical perspective.  The book addresses many questions about Green Books, such as missing numbers in the series, duplicated numbers in the series, as well as content of each book ... [This book] is important for the profession at this time. Too many articles in the literature are dismissive of the original chiropractic paradigm without demonstrating a depth of knowledge about the history and the ideas. This overview of the books offers the profession a jumping off point to refresh and renew discussions about professional identity, the value of history, and the future direction of the profession. The book also offers a way for chiropractors to anchor their own library to a long tradition of Green Book collecting and enjoy one of the pleasures of being a chiropractor.

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