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December 10, 1982 - Image 32

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The Michigan Daily, 1982-12-10
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17 times. tren tney would electroshock ner so sne
is?' And wouldn't rememiser any of it."
er fall in Farmer eventually found her way into the
hands of a Dr. Walter Freeman, who had the
tists, she motto "Lobotomies get them home." His spe-
nmunist. cialty was the trans-orbital lobotomy, a less
>o parole dismantling process, comparatively, than a
Farmer pre-frontal. "He said people were sick in their
irdresser, imaginings. By putting this instrument just
irdresser underneath their eyelids, that would sever the
awaii for artist's ability to imagine. Becatuse that's where
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