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John Field

Defective, 1914–1948: Diversity as a response to individual needs and an MUP_Field_WorkingMen_Printer.indd 74 22/07/2013 15:56 Labour colonies and public health 75 i­ndication of a lack of policy coherence’, Medical History, 51, 1, 2007, 60–1. 77 S. Rowbotham, Dreamers of a New Day: Women who invented the twentieth century, Verso, London, 2010, 89; M. Thompson, The Problem of Mental Deficiency: Eugenics, democracy and social policy in Britain, c.1870–1959, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1998, 113. 78 The Times, 6 May 1910. 79 A. F. Tredgold, ‘The feeble

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Pamela Dale

changing ideas about the care of people with learning difficulties.  6 G. Chester and P. Dale, ‘Institutional care for the mentally defective, 1914–1948: diversity as a response to individual needs and an indication of lack of policy coherence’, Medical History, 51:1 (2007), 59–78; P. Dale, ‘Implementing the 1913 Mental Deficiency Act: competing priorities and resource constraint evident in the south west of England before 1948’, Social History of Medicine, 16:3 (2003), 403–18.  7 J. P. Radford and A. Tipper, Starcross: Out of the Mainstream (Toronto: G. Allan Roeher

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Surviving change c.1970-90
Duncan Mitchell

Disabilities: In and Out of Institutions (London: Jessica Kingsley, 2005).  7 D. Mitchell and J. Welshman, ‘In the shadow of the Poor Law: workforce issues’, in J. Welshman and J. Walmsley (eds), Community Care in Perspective: Care, Control and Citizenship (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006), pp. 187–200 (p. 188).   8 G. Chester and P. Dale, ‘Institutional care for the mentally defective, 1914– 1948: diversity as a response to individual needs and an indication of a lack of policy coherence’, Medical History, 51:1 (2007), 59–78.   9 J. Walmsley and J. Welshman

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