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The Politics of Madness
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'The book is rich in findings founded on a strong evidential base and will be of interest not only to historians of medicine and social policy, but also those of gender, society and politics, as well as to historical geographers and sociologists ... An admirable book that should be a model for further contextualized studies of asylums in particular and regional medical cultures more generally that are needed in Britain and Ireland.' - The Economic History Review `There is no doubt that The Politics of Madness is a major contribution that illuminates both the history of psychiatry and social policy.' - Journal of the History of Medicine

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