Cuddy - Mental Health Screening - How Will It Affect Your Children (2005) - Printable Version
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Cuddy - Mental Health Screening - How Will It Affect Your Children (2005) - redgonzo - 03-19-2008 01:06 PM
This is Dennis L. Cuddy's shocking book Mental Health Screening - How Will it Affect Your Children (2005) which explores the controversial issue on new mental health screenings for all Americans, especially children. The impetus for this book has been the recommendation of President George W. Bush's New Freedom Commission on Mental Health that all Americans receive mental health screenings and are therefore evaluated according to new mental standards. In the past, whenever there was controversial congressional legislation regarding children, it was easy to introduce and pass provisions in the bills requiring parental consent. However, recent attempts by U.S. Rep. Ron Paul to require parental consent for, and prohibit funding of, mental health screenings failed. This leads many to wonder whether there may be a larger agenda at work here, and it is in this amazing book that this larger agenda, its background, and its future implications, are explored. Dr. Dennis Cuddy, political analyst, historian and former senior associate of the U.S. Department of education with a wealth of background experience and knowledge has great concern for the US governments Mental Health Screening program. In his small yet highly informative booklet Mental Health Screening, he traces the origins for such measures and shockingly finds out that they are working against the traditional values America was built on. Furthermore, children who are raised according such traditional values will soon be deemed mentally problematic or even believe-it-or-not mentally insane as big brother wants you to think "correctly". Find out how it all began. 110 pages. A must read for everyone.
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