September 1977
National Review;9/30/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 38, p1090
This article focuses on various political and social developments in different countries. The first phase in the elections for the mayor of New York is over. The results are not too disturbing. The Democrats chose a pair of moderate liberals, Ed Koch and New York's Secretary of State Mario Cuomo. The General Assembly of the World Psychiatric Association supported a British motion to censure psychiatric practices in the Soviet Union. The Soviets have the habit of throwing dissidents into madhouses where they are subjected to many shock and drug treatments. According to the newspaper "The New York Times," prisoners have many benefits in Swedish prisons. There are rooms resembling university dormitories, sauna baths, and swimming pools.


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