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Van der Esch (1971) raised similar objections, drawing attention to groups of patients such as the senile and the mentally retarded, who can be considered neither voluntary nor involuntary. In his view these defenseless people need legal protection against those who would abuse their helplessness. Since 1948, the government had been sitting on a bill of amendment concerning the mentally disturbed, meant as a replacement for the Lunacy Act. This bill and an accompanying memorandum had been presented to the government by the Dutch Association for Psychiatry and Neurology, and had also been published in the Folia Psychiatrica, neurologica et neurochirurgica Neerlandica (Het Wetsvoorstel, 1948).
Law and Mental Health. International Perspectives by David N. Weisstub (Eds.)