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This book provides a wealth of information on tuberculosis in the United States. Part I presents a detailed summary of the past history of tuberculosis and medical and administrative measures that have been applied in its control. Part II offers a clear picture of the status and trends of tuberculosis infection as determined by tuberculin skin testing programs, primarily one carried out among Navy recruits.