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Six years ago, I lost a sister to cancer. She was 42, she was loving and she was loved, and then she was gone. Since then I’ve had difficulty reading about the disease. Siddhartha Mukherjee’s “The Emperor of All Maladies” won the Pulitzer Prize in 2011; I couldn’t pick it up.
In 1993, an ambitious young Moscow businessman co-authored “Man With a Ruble,” a manifesto that encouraged Russia to make its way in the world of cutthroat capitalism. “Our guiding light is Profit,” Mikhail Khodorkovsky declared with striking hubris. By 2000, at 37 , the entrepreneur had become the wealthiest man in Russia.
A sign was posted outside a jail cell in Yinan County, China, in 2006. Inside the cell, Chen Guangcheng could not read the sign because he was blind, but another inmate told him it was a list of prison regulations, printed on a poster. Peering through a small window in the cell door, the other prisoner read the rules aloud: “According to the Official Detention Center Regulations, the following types of people may not be detained: (1) Blind people; (2) Pregnant women.” Read full article >>
In the late 1950s, Robert Putnam, the distinguished social scientist whose “Bowling Alone” (2000) has become one of the most influential books of our time, lost his campaign for the presidency of his high school class in Port Clinton, Ohio. The victor was one of the few African Americans in the school, a star athlete who, after a stint as a utility worker, eventually rose through the Los Angeles school system to the rank of principal and then regional director.
In May, protesters plan to demonstrate outside the annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association (APA) — as they’ve done for the past 47 years. They’ll hold signs saying things like “The mental illness industry is a danger to society” and “Don’t mess with my brain.” Half of all Americans will experience mental illness at some point — nearly a fifth in any one year.
For more than 4,000 years, the medical literature has been rife with what mostly male doctors considered an entirely female problem: hysteria. The ancient Egyptian Kahun Papyrus, which dates to about 1900 B. C. and is the oldest known medical text, advised that women who were cranky, weepy, depressed or anxious were suffering because their uteruses were in an unnatural position.