It's not a topic you'd immediately think would hold much interest - a history of how the US has handled mental illness over its history, and the reasons and effects of the post-sixties deinstitutionalization craze. But you'd be surprised. It's well written, well researched, and help together by reminiscences of the authors own experiences dealing with mental illness in his own family.
Friday, July 13, 2012
Not Sure If It Was One Of You...
But if so, thanks. A positive review of My Brother Ron for the Nook edition: