Epilogue.

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      The rise of a mentally unstable individual to power in the United States has forced the mental health profession to consider the ethical dilemma of speaking up ("duty to warn and protect") or remaining silent. As archived in this edition and summarized in this epilogue, some in the current era have chosen vocal activism and organizing. The current era has led many to question their beliefs and morals. Millions have chosen the path of new or renewed activism. By empowering many who may have previously felt disempowered, an invigorated ethos of activism may be the beacon necessary to lead us out of this dark age. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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