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People with severe mental illness are warehoused in prisons not treated in hospitals, argues Professor Amanda Pustilnik.

People with severe mental illness are warehoused in prisons not treated in hospitals, argues Professor Amanda Pustilnik, in “Calling Mental Illness ‘Myth” Leads to State Coercion.” Her recent essay is one of four appearing in an online discussion of Mental Health and the Law at Cato Unbound, from the Cato Institute.


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