Psychiatric Justice

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Syracuse University Press, Dec 1, 1988 - Psychology - 298 pages
Szasz troubles the dark, still waters of psychiatry and the law. He peeps beneath the crazy quilt of federal and state procedures which render impotent the constitutional right to a speedy and public trial.
 

Contents

LAWS PERTAINING TO THE MENTAL
37
THE PSYCHIATRIST AS ADVERSARY
56
THE CASE OF MR LOUIS PERRONI
85
THE CASE OF MR ABRAHAM HOFFER
144
THE CASE OF MR EDWIN A WALKER
178
THE CASE OF MR FREDERICK LYNCH
226
REVIEW AND RECOMMENDATIONS
249
SUMMARY
264
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