Phillip Shapiro papers, ca. 1960-1985.

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Shapiro, Phillip. Phillip Shapiro papers, ca. 1960-1985.

Phillip Shapiro papers, ca. 1960-1985.

In addition to the subjects referred to above, the collection includes a great deal of material on the subject of medical procedures performed on unwilling prisoners and unsuspecting patients in the larger medical care system. There are papers relating to the Committee for Protection of Human Subjects, and papers concerning the issue of prisons and psychosurgery. Other materials include tape recordings of radio shows, news conferences, conferences and other public events relevant to his interests, as well as files relating to his professional interests. There are also files of his own correspondence.

15.5 linear feet.

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