The Private War of Mrs. Packard

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Paragon House, 1991 - Social Science - 220 pages
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Recounts the life of the nineteenth century reformer who helped make it unlawful to commit the mentally ill without judicial approval

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The private war of Mrs. Packard

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This is a fascinating biography of a pioneering crusader who heretofore has been ignored by historians. Popular journalist and author Sapinsley uses family records and an assortment of other primary ... Read full review

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Skirmishes
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Armistice
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