Provides information on psychiatric drugs, which the booklet claims are overwhelmingly used on oppressed groups as a way of dealing with their natural reactions to oppressive conditions by labeling them mentally ill instead of dealing with issues of alienation, poverty, and discrimination that members of oppressed groups often face. The author of the booklet references the class gap between psychiatrists, who are often white upper middle class men, and the people who they usually treat. Smith Kline Incorporated, pharmaceutical manufacturers and marketers of Thorazine, Stelazine, and others, is studied in depth with statistics of their sales for 1977. First-hand accounts and excerpts of those who had experience with Thorazine and Stelazine are included. The effects of phenothiazines are listed.