A magazine with articles by, for, and about mental patients, including resources for ex-mental patients and current patients, and personal stories. One article goes into detail on the approval of psychosurgery policies, which go against the recommendations of the National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research, but also the criticism of several proposals by mental health patients or ex-patients. A related article says that the U.S. Department of Health, Education & Welfare proposed regulations on "Research Involving Those Institutionalized as Mentally Ill". There are movement notes, including information on boycotts and demonstrations against Smith Kline & French, the company that manufactures drugs like Thorazine. There are several articles in this issue that talk about fighting psychiatric oppression in Europe, and the use of forced drugging to discipline prisoners at a prison in England. A brief history of shock treatment, legislation and litigation, and information on tardive dyskinesia, which is a side effect of drugs like Thorazine that causes abnormal movements that often do not appear until six months to two years of consistent drug use.