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women and madness
women and madness
Author: phyllis chesler
Every year hundreds of thousands of American women seek or are forced to receive some form of mental health care--either in institutions or through private therapy. From the time of Sigmund Freud to the present day, psychiatrists, psychotherapists, and psychologists have been treating or committing women for depression, suicidal behavior, and a...  more »
ISBN: 116662
Publication Date: 10/1973
Pages: 351
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Publisher: Avon
Book Type: Paperback
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A must read for anyone who wants to know why some women are the way they are...and how the system has contributed to their demise, even from an historical point of view, it is shocking.
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