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BIOCRACY INTRODUCED AT HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL

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To keep alive the "--cracy" fad which, since the introduction of Technocracy by Howard Scott, has swept over the country, Dr. W. B. Cannon '96, George Higgins Professor of Physiology at the Harvard Medical School yesterday gave to interviewers a prepared paper, explaining his new theory of "Biocracy."

Biocracy likens the human body to the economic system of the world, bringing into account the manner in which the body throws away its waste products, and the way in which it is equipped with two kidneys, extra lung space and other excessive organs which leave a great margin of safety. Dr. Cannon offers a model of tested and reliable performance which, he states, the world may well copy in stabilizing its economic and social pattern.

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