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MENTAL HEALTH CARE IN JAPAN, edited by Ruth Taplin and Sandra J. Lawman. Routledge, 2012, 148 pp., $155 (hardcover)

This collection of seven chapters makes for grim reading because it details the miserable state of mental health care in Japan.

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