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Slaves Or Patients?
Twelve hundred patients, many of whom should be capable of ultimate return to society as useful citizens, are trapped there -- subject to the absolute authority of an administration characterized by a tone of official stagnation and torn by personal feuds and bitter frustrations, an administration held together principally by the common realization that in the preservation of the "status quo" lies the continuance of a steady and relatively easy livelihood....
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Title: Slaves Or Patients?
Creator: Gordon C. Zahn (author)
Date: October 1946
Format: Article
Publication: The Catholic Worker
Source: Available at selected libraries
Location: vol.13, no.7, pp.1, 6
Keywords: Abuse; Advocacy; Attendants; Catholic; Child Labor; Children; Civil Liberties & Rights; Civilian Public Service; Cognitive Disability; Confinement; Conscientious Objectors; Economics; Education; Educational Institutions; Employment; Government; Institutions; Labor; Maryland; Media; Medical Professionals; Medicine; Policy; Punishments; Religion; Rosewood Training School; Schools; Work; WWII
Topics: Institutions, Organizations & Corporations; Social Movements & Advocacy