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(al'ăn-sŏn),
Edward, British surgeon, 1747-1823. See: Alanson amputation.
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In the absence of a critical review, militia leaders like Norman Olson of Alanson, Michigan, were able to t urn the tables on the panel by accusing the senators of representing "corruption in government." After bristling at the charges, Specter settled in to examine various conspiracy theories advocated by the militias and offered to go "one on one, here before Congress, on the record" with Olson to debate the single-bullet theory of the J.F.K.