A magazine with articles by, for, and about mental patients, including resources for ex-mental patients and current patients, and personal stories. This issue features stories from four women about their experiences in psychiatric institutions, an article about psychiatric inmates in South Africa being used for labor, and an article on the right to refuse treatment as pursued by the class action suit Rogers v. Macht, with words from Ruby Rogers, the principle plaintiff in the Boston State suit. There is also an article that talks about common psychotropic drugs at the time and talks about their side effects and the over-drugging of people, and how the medical establishment has become a threat to health. Notes on court decisions from the Center for the Study of Legal Authority and Mental Patient Status, and a short bibliography of recommended books are included. There is also a list of psychiatrists who administer or authorize shock treatment in the United States.