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Idiots And Institutions For Their Training
Fed with improper or innutritious food, often allowed the use of intoxicating drinks, generally idle, often made the sport of thoughtless children and adults, without shame or sense of decency, filthy and degraded, they are pests in com≠munity, often exerting a depraving influence over the young, which no subsequent instruction can remove....
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Title: Idiots And Institutions For Their Training
Creator: Linus P. Brockett (author)
Date: 1855
Format: Article
Publication: American Journal of Education
Source: Available at selected libraries
Location: vol.1, pp.593-608
Keywords: Advocacy; Alcohol; Asylums; Aveyron, France; BicÍtre; Children; Cognitive Disability; Edouard Seguin; Education; Educational Institutions; England; France; Government; Government Agencies; Heredity; Hervey B. Wilbur; Idiocy; Institutions; Jean-Marc Gaspard Itard; Laws & Regulation; Legislation; Medicine & Science; Moral Treatment; New York; New York State Asylum For Idiots; Poverty; Psychology; Public Welfare; Samuel Gridley Howe; Schools; Social Welfare & Communities
Topics: Government, Policy & Law; Institutions, Organizations & Corporations; Social Movements & Advocacy