WILLIAM C. MENNINGER
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Psychiatry again stands on the world's doorstep, with the spotlight of the war setting it forth in high relief. Momentarily, as its representative before this group, I should be more literal, indicating that the needs for psychiatry are more acute, more pressing, more widespread than ever before. I am not too confident that psychiatry can rise with sufficient knowledge and strength and tact adequately to meet the challenge. I am confident that if these problems are to be met, if the wider recognition of their existence is to be grasped, the guidance must come through all organized medicine. If solutions
MENNINGER WC. PERSPECTIVES OF PSYCHIATRY1. Ann Intern Med. 1945;22:170–181. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-22-2-170
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