The FYI Book Club | KCPL partners with The Kansas City Star newspaper to bring Kansas City readers the FYI Book Club, a specialty book group that meets every six to eight weeks at various community locations. Librarians and newspaper staff select “books of the moment” that tackle timely social issues and popular culture topics.
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Kansas City newspapers made substantial advertising revenue from quack medical nostrums and treatments, at least until the publication of Samuel Hopkins Adams’ muckraking series of articles in Collier’s magazine in 1905 exposing the quack medicine industry. It was followed by passage of the Food and Drug Act in 1906 which led to many quack operators going out of business.