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The History and Politics of Community Mental Health
Oxford University Press, USA
Thursday, November 19, 1981
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"I recommend this book to all mental health professionals and students in this field; it provides the reader with a historical perspective that can add meaning, and perhaps even reassurance, to those who continue to care for the mentally ill in these uncertain times." --Hospital and Community Psychiatry. "Well worth reading, and graduate students, scientists, and professionals who are involved even obliquely with the field of mental health should add this one to their library." --Contemporary Psychiatry
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