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Out of Bedlam : The Truth about Deinstitutionalization

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Out Of Bedlam: The Truth About Deinstitutionalization

Out of Bedlam: The Truth About Deinstitutionalization The author, a clinical social worker who works with the chronically mentally ill, reviews the history of deinstitutionalization.