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Popular Feeling Towards Hospitals For The Insane
The most prolific source of this distrust of hospitals for the insane, is, undoubtedly, the communications of patients themselves, the more effective for falling, as they generally do, on willing ears....
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Title: Popular Feeling Towards Hospitals For The Insane
Creator: Isaac Ray (author)
Date: July 1852
Format: Article
Publication: American Journal of Insanity
Source: Available at selected libraries
Location: vol.9, no.1, pp.36-65
Keywords: Abuse; Association Of Medical Superintendents Of American Institutions For The Insane; Asylums; Attendants; Butler Hospital; Civil Liberties & Rights; Confinement; Doctors; Economics; Employment; Government; Government Agencies; Health & Medicine; Hospitals; Insanity; Institutions; Isaac Hunt; Isaac Ray; Labor; Laws & Regulation; Legislation; Maine; Maine Insane Hospital; Media; Medical Professionals; Medicine; Moral Treatment; Policy; Politics; Poverty; Professional Associations; Psychiatric Disability; Public Relations; Social Welfare & Communities
Topics: Government, Policy & Law; Institutions, Organizations & Corporations