OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Special Sections "To detain maniacs in constant seclusion, and to load them with chains is more distinguished for its convenience than for its humanity or its success." These are the words of Charles Goshen in Documentary History of Psychiatry (1967). Chains were removed from the insane in the 1700s in France. Yet in 1998, The Hartford Courant (Connecticut) ran a Pulitzer Prize winning series of articles, "Deadly Restraint," implicating restraints in the deaths of 142 people, more than 26 . . .
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