Psychiatry and the CIA: Victims of Mind Control
Account of the author's attempt to obtain justice for his father who was suing the CIA for negligence in the sponsorship of Dr Ewen Cameron's experiments. The book raises general questions about the abuse of patients by governmental-sponsored experimental psychiatric programmes.
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