1909. Five years after his release from a primitive "insane asylum," Clifford Beers, formed the U.S. National Committee for Mental Hygiene" and called for a network of mental hygiene societies throughout the world."1

1910. The Eugenics Record Office in Cold Spring Harbor in New York was funded by the Carnegie Institute, and would receive funding from the Rockefeller Foundation three years later. "The Rockefeller Foundation also will fund Nazi Dr. Ernst Rudin's eugenics research at the Kaiser Wilhelm Brain Research Institute in Berlin. [See 1932]" [Dr. Dennis L.Cuddy]

1916. In Democracy and Education, John Dewy wrote, "There is always the danger that increased personal independence will decrease the social capacity of an individual. In making him more self-reliant, it may make him more self-sufficient.... It often makes an individual so insensitive in his relations to others as to develop an illusion of being really able to stand and act alone -- an unnamed form of insanity which is responsible for a large part of the remedial suffering of the world."2, Cuddy page 13.

1918. In The Science of Power, Benjamin Kidd wrote, "The main cause of those deep diving differences which separate peoples and nationalities and classes from each other and which prevent or stultify collective effort in all its most powerful forms... could all be swept away if civilization put before itself the will to impose on the young the ideal of subordination to the common aims of organized humanity... So to impose it has become the chief end of education in the future. ... Give us the Young and we will create a new mind and new earth in a single generation."

    Kidd goes onto quote Masonic Carbonari leader Guiseppe Mazzini (1805-1872): "Your task is to form the universal family.... Education, this is the great word which sums up our whole doctrine. [From Mazzini's On the Duties of Man].  According to Dennis Cuddy, Kidd emphasizes Mazzini message that "education is addressed through emotion to the moral faculties in the young and instruction to the intellectual (faculties)." "Power centres in emotion."2 Cuddy, page 14

1919. With funding from the Commonwealth Fund and the Rockefeller Foundation, Clifford Beers "formed the predecessor of WFMH [World Federation for Mental Health], the International Committee for Mental Hygiene (ICMH). Other supporters were Clarence Hincks, M.D., of the Canadian Medical Association, Adolph Meyer, M.D. of Johns Hopkins Hospital; and psychologist William James of Harvard.  William James, John Dewey and other socialist visionaries spread the philosophy of pragmatism, which denies Biblical truth, sees truth as relative, and tests its validity by its practical and measurable effects.

    Note: Remember, almost every public step in this social revolution won public sympathy and acceptance by focusing on a real crisis. But in the hands of socialist change agents, the nice-sounding "solution" became a stepping stone to an ever expanding web of control.1

1920. Tavistock Institute of Medical Psychology (TIMP) pioneered research into psychological warfare under the direction of Brigadier-General John Rawlings Rees.1 Here, the British Army Bureau of Psychological Warfare would study the effects of severe stress and shellshock on British soldiers and research the human "breaking point" in order to learn how conflict and psychological shock could be used to manipulate and manage large human populations. 3?

1920s. The eugenics movement (quest for racial purity) spread through Western nations.

1925. The Rockefeller Foundation funded the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Psychiatry in Munick, directed by Dr. Ernst Rudin. Additional funding was provided by the Harrimans, Warburg and the British Crown. It continued to sponsor the Institute and its Nazi leader throughout the devastating holocaust of World Ward II. 4?

1925. A  Rockefeller Foundation's grant gives birth to the International Bureau of Education.2 Cuddy 15

1930.  The ICMH’s First International Congress on Mental Hygiene, held in Washington, D.C., founded the International Committee for Mental Hygiene. The Congress drew more than 4,000 participants.1

1932. Rockefeller Foundation president Max Mason tells trustees that "The Social Sciences will concern themselves with the rationalization of social control... the control of human behavior." 2 Cuddy 18

1932. Dr. Ernst Rudin, the Nazi director of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Psychiatry (funded by "Rockefeller) was appointed president of the global Eugenics Federation.

1934 (February). A Rockefeller "progress report" (by one of the division heads) asks, "Can we develop so sound and extensive a genetics that we can hope to breed, in the future, superior men?"2 Cuddy, 18.

1930-33. Hitler came to power and delegated Rudin to direct the Racial Hygiene Society, which called for sterilization or death of people considered "racially impure." The Rockefeller Foundation funded an anthropological survey of the eugenically correct population by Nazi eugenicists Rudin and others. 4?

1933. British Columbia's Sexual Sterilization Act of 1933. In the 1970s, former health minister Dennis Cocke helped strike down that law. He said, "Many people thought, like I did, that it was disgusting that somehow or another a profession could deem a person other than a human being."5

1937. The ICMH’s Second International Congress on Mental Hygiene. 1
1937. "In Wadenberg, Germany, a court has taken parents away from their children because they refused to teach them Nazi ideology. The parents are pacifists, members of a Christian sect called International Bible Researchers. The court accused them of creating an environment where the children would grow up 'enemies of the state.' The children were delivered into the state's care. The judge delivered a lengthy statement reading in part, 'The law as a racial and national instrument entrusts German parents with the education of their children only under certain conditions, namely, that they educate them in the fashion that the nation and state expect.'" (Clifton Daniel, Ed., Chronicle of the 20th Century, cites a news article published Nov. 29, 1937)
1939. Rockefeller Foundation helps launch the School-Health Coordinating Service.2 Cuddy 22

1940s. "Otmar Verschuer and his assistant Dr. Joseph Mengele together wrote reports for special courts, which enforced Rudin's racial purity law against the illegal cohabitation of Aryans and non-Aryans. In the early 1940s, a large factory was built "at Auschwitz... to utilize the Standard Oil IG Farbin patents with concentration camp slave labor to make gasoline from coal.  The SS guarded the Jewish and other inmates and selected for killing those who were unfit for IG Farbin slave labor.... Standard Oil and German President Emil Heilfeck testified after the war at the Nuremberg Trial that Standard Oil funds helped pay for the SS guards at Auschwitz.  The Rockefeller Foundation defends its record by claiming that its funding of Nazi Germany programs during World War II was limited to psychiatric research."  4

1941 (fall): "The resurgence of an international mental hygiene movement [eugenics] was foreshadowed by the Canadian army’s creation... of the Directorate of Personnel Selection, led by psychiatrist G. Rudin,  G. Brock Chisholm, M.D. In that role he became a friend and confidant of American psychiatrist Harry Stack Sullivan, M.D., then a consultant to the U.S. Selective Service. Both were concerned with how to select a civilian army and what public mental health resources would be necessary after the war. 1  Origins of the World Federation for Mental Health

1943: The Rockefeller Foundation helped fund the Allen Memorial Institute at McGill University in Montreal. Working with the Canadian military and the Office of Strategic Services (The OSS became the CIA in 1947), Dr. Cameron conducted torturous experiments on human guinea pigs in order to perfect the various mind control techniques. These brainwashing tactics included coercive interrogation, psychosurgery, drugs, hypnosis and "between 30 to 60 electroshocks over a short period" along with powerful tranquilizers to control anxiety. Cameron's justification: his patients, "like prisoners of Communists, tended to resist and had to be broken down." This is described in the 1989 book, Journey Into Madness: The True Story of Secret CIA Mind Control and Medical Abuse

1945. Immediately after the bombing of Hiroshima..., Dr. Sullivan invited Chisholm, then director of medical services for the Canadian army, to lecture at the William Alanson White Foundation. In two addresses, titled 'The Psychiatry of Enduring Peace and Social Progress,' he articulated his view of psychiatry and psychology as the disciplines that could make it possible for human beings to abandon war and become 'citizens of the world.' He and Sullivan were already thinking in terms of 'a psychiatry of peoples.'" 1 Origins of the World Federation for Mental Health

1946. The United States joined UNESCO. According to Charlotte Iserbyt, "this legislation was accompanied by President Harry Truman's remarkable statement: 'Education must establish the moral unity of mankind.' Truman's recommendation was bolstered by General Brock Chisholm, a... friend of Soviet agent Alger Hiss. Chisholm... presented a paper entitled The Psychiatry of Enduring Peace and Social Progress  Iserbyt
    Ponder Chisholm's words:
 "The responsibility for charting the necessary changes in human behavior rests clearly on the sciences working in that field. Psychologists, psychiatrists, sociologists, economists, and politicians must face this responsibility....
     "Can we identify the reasons why we fight wars...? Many of them are easy to list --prejudice, isolationism, the ability to emotionally and uncritically to believe unreasonable things....
     "The only psychological force capable of producing these perversions is morality, the concept of right and wrong...   For many generations we have bowed our necks to the yoke of the conviction of sin. We have swallowed all manner of poisonous certainties fed us by our parents, our Sunday and day school teachers.... 
      " has long been generally accepted that parents have perfect right to impose any points of view, any lies or fears, superstitions, prejudices, hates, or faith on their defenseless children. It is, however, only recently that it has become a matter of certain knowledge that these things cause neuroses, behavior disorders, emotional disabilities, and failure to develop to a state of emotional maturity which fits one to be a citizen of a democracy....
     "Surely the training of children in home and schools should be of at least as great public concern as their vaccination for their own protection.... Individuals who have emotional disabilities of their own, guilts, fears, inferiorities, are certain to project their hates on to others... They are a very real menace... Whatever the cost, we must learn to live in friendliness and peace with... all the people in the world...."
      "There is something to be said... for gently putting aside the mistaken old ways of our elders if that is possible. If it cannot be done gently, it may have to be done roughly or even violently....
     "Can such a program of re-education... be charted?"8
1946. Dr. Sullivan, US psychiatrist and army major, published the above message by Brock Chisholm in his journal, Psychiatry:
    "Alger Hiss, a Communist spy and the publisher of International Conciliation published the same paper by his friend, Dr. Chisholm, in his own journal. Hiss, then president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, wrote the Preface to Chisholm's paper. Iserbyt

1946 or 1947. (Both dates have been cited) Tavistock Institute of Human Relations is formed as an independent not-for-profit organization -- with a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation, which "was interested in seeing if the kind of social psychiatry that had been developed during World War II could be relevant for the civilian society."
    It would own the journal Human Relations. "Canadian-born psychologist and social analyst Elliott Jacques.... was the man who first identified the midlife crisis... Jaques was... a founder member of the Tavistock Institute." 9,12212,934548,00.html

1947. Articles of Association for the World Federation for Mental Health were written. Rees (Tavistock) had already established preparatory groups in many countries. US participants included members of the Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry (GAP) led by recent Brigadier General William Menninger. They were sensitive to the new organization’s definition of purpose: "To promote among all peoples and nations the highest possible level of mental its broadest biological, medical, educational, and social aspects."1
     The official  WFMH website website describes its vision: "a world in which mental health is a priority for all people. Public policies and programs reflect the crucial importance of mental health in the lives of individuals, families and communities, and in the political and economic stability of the world."
1948 (July/August) "Canadian social psychologist Otto Klineberg, M.D., Ph.D. and others... were joined by Chisholm, social scientists such as Margaret Mead (the federation’s second U.S. president) an international commission convened at Sullivan’s suggestion. It produced the new federation’s founding document, Mental Health and World Citizenship." 1
1948. (August 21) The Third International Congress of Mental Hygiene met in London. Here, the International Committee for Mental Hygiene is replaced by the World Federation for Mental Health (WFMH).  It would "enjoy consultative relationship with several UN agencies and... national groups."10  Its founding document, Mental Health and World Citizenship, was adopted. It stated, “Principles of mental health cannot be successfully furthered in any society unless there is progressive acceptance of the concept of world citizenship." The ultimate goal of mental health is to help people "live with their fellows in one world." See also "The UN Plan for Your Mental Health"

1948. The World Health Organization is founded with Brock Chisholm as its first Director-General.

1948. "Professors B. F. Skinner and Alfred C. Kinsey published their books, Walden Two and Sexual Behavior in the Human Male, respectively. Skinner's novel, Walden Two, recommended - amongst other radical things - that 'children be reared by the state, to be trained from birth to demonstrate only desirable characteristics and behavior.'

      "Kinsey, as a taxonomic scientist, wrested human sexuality from the constraints of love and marriage in order to advance the grand scheme to move America and the world toward the eugenic future envisioned by the elite scientists of the 'New Biology,'...

      "In 1953 Professor Skinner published Science and Human Behavior in which he said, "Operant conditioning shapes behavior as a sculptor shapes a lump of clay.'...
      "Kinsey and Bloom, as scientists, were involved in the breaking down of man (taxonomizing) into units of behavior which Skinner, as a behaviorist, could identify, measure and change. This breaking down or 'deconstructing of Man' was intended to separate man from his God-given, freedom-providing identity. This opened the door to the study of methods to control man and society." Iserbyt

1948. The National Institutes of Mental Health was founded under the leadership of Psychiatrist, Dr. Robert Felix. Dr Felix "was also the Director of a Lexington, Kentucky drug addiction center, which carried out LSD experiments on African American inmates who were drug addicted. The experiments involved LSD and a variety of other hallucinogens, marijuana and poisons."4 Null?

1950. (September): "God's plan in America" by C. William Smith is published in the Masonic magazine, New Age, includes this statement: "Great God our King has chosen the great American Public Schools to pave the way for the new race, the new region and the new civilization that is taking place in America. Any mother, father or guardian who is responsible for the taking away of the freedom of mind, freedom of will or freedom of spirit is the lowest criminal on earth, because they take away from that child the God-given right to become a part of God's great plan in America for the dawn of the new Age of the world."2 Cuddy, 26

1953.  Bertrand Russell, The Impact of Science on Society: "...the subject which will be of most importance politically is Mass Psychology.... The populace will not be allowed to know how its convictions were generated. When the technique has been perfected, every government that has been in charge of education for a generation will be able to control its subjects securely without the need of armies or policemen. As yet there is only one country which has succeeded in creating this politician’s paradise.”11

1955. "Congress passed the Mental Health Study Act mandating the appointment of a commission to make recommendations for combating the scourge of mental illness in the United States.  It is impossible to exaggerate the enthusiasm with which psychiatrists created this legislation. Their euphoria was justified.  In effect the act ratified the recasting of the very nature of the American government changing its primary duty from protecting and promoting personal liberty and property to protecting and promoting the mental health of citizens and the community as a whole."4 Nul ?

1959. (March): An article by Dr. James D. Carter, "Why stand ye here idle?," published in the Masonic magazine, New Age, stated that "Masonic philosophy" which brought about "a new order" became a reality by "the establishment of the public school system, financed by the State, for the combined purpose of technological and sociological education of the mass of humanity, beginning at an early age in childhood."2Cuddy 33

1960. Dr. Lewis Alesen, former surgeon and president of California Medical Association: "The proponents of the mental health program have been quick to elaborate a series of legislative proposals.... This is the age-old subterfuge of the collectivist, whose only solution for any problem, be it economic, social or political, is the passage of another law, the imposition of another tax, and the establishment of another bureau." 12
1963. Community Mental Health Centers Program established
1977. Futures We Are In by Fred Emery, a senior staff member at the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations, is published. According to Dr. Dennis Cuddy, Emery had "developed a theory of 'social turbulence' which indicates that faced with a series of crises, many individuals will attempt to reduce the tension by adaptation and eventually psychological retreat. This can lead to social disintegration."
       "In an earlier book, "Children of Change," Emery showed how television effects children. Since children tend to absorb rather than analyze information, "conscious functioning is impaired" and they become indifferent -- "more like 'sheep' than 'people'." He wrote, "In other words, television can be seen partly as a technological analogue of the hypnotist." Writing in Human Relations (August 1959), he said, "The psychological after-effects of television are of considerable interest to the would-be social engineer."2 Cuddy 61. 

1979. Supported by the Rockefeller Foundation, the National Institute of Education and the U.S. Department of Education, Schooling for  A Global Age is published. In the Preface, John Goodlad wrote: "Enlightened social engineering is required to face situations that demand global action now. Education is a long-term solution.... Parents and the general public must be reached also... Otherwise, children and youth enrolled in globally oriented programs may find themselves in conflict with values assumed in the home. And then the educational institution frequently comes under scrutiny and must pull back."2 Cuddy 65.

1987. Among the notable members of the Study Commission on Global Education were (then) Governor Bill Clinton, AFT president Albert Shanker, Professor John Goodlad, CFAT (Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching) president Ernest Boyer, and Frank Newman, president of the Education Commission of the States. Together, they prepared a report titled The United States Prepares for Its Future: Global Perspectives in Education. The Rockefeller, Ford and Exxon Foundations helped fund this report. In the Foreword, New Ager Harlan Cleveland, author of The Third Try at World Order, wrote:
"A dozen years ago... teaching and learning 'in global perspective' was still exotic doctrine, threatening the orthodoxies of those who still thought of American citizenship as an amalgam of American history, American geography, American lifestyles and American ideas.... It now seems almost conventional to speak of American citizenship in the same breath with international interdependence and the planetary environment."13
1998 : Surgeon-General David Satcher, speaking at the National Healthy People Consortium: "We have a clear blueprint in place. ... Currently, 47 states are actively involved in Healthy People 2000 and 'Healthy City and Healthy Community' initiatives are being pursued throughout the country. Hundreds of national organizations have reviewed the Year 2000 objectives and have adopted them as their own. ...
    "No priority yet has generated as much interest and enthusiasm as this one on mental health..."
    "...our efforts will be focused on maintaining a system of global health surveillance," he continued. "Healthy People 2010 is the United States' contribution to the World Health Organization's call to the nations of the world to renew their commitment to health for all." 14
1999. (No date on page) "Nations for Mental Health:  "Governments will be assisted to formulate, implement, monitor and evaluate mental health policies...." These “policies should enable all individuals whose mental health is disturbed or whose psychological balance may be compromised to obtain services adapted to their needs, and to promote the optimal development of the mental health of the population."15
2001  World Mental Health: "...the World Health Organization has proclaimed that World Health Day, April 7, will be a day of advocacy dedicated to mental health issues."16
2001 (July 22-27). World Congress for Mental Health convened together with the 26th Conference of the World Federation for Mental Health in Vancouver, July 22-27. Pirkko Lahti was appointed the Secretary General/CEO of the WFMH  & manager of the Secretariat (until Preston Garrison would be appointed in September 2002).
     Allan Rock, Canada's Minister of Health, said, "...the World Health Organization has devoted both World Health Day 2001 and its Annual Report to mental health....There's the immeasurable toll of social exclusion, creating barriers and limiting us all....
     " of the recurring themes in our approach to mental health is a commitment to the principles of population health – to looking at the broad range of factors to nurture healthy citizens. Mental health, in particular, is multi-faceted, its determinants so diverse and its promotion so dependent on variables beyond the traditional health care system, that dialogue across disciplines is essential. ...And sometimes the greatest obstacles before us are the attitudes we face. Education is key to changing those attitudes. But so too is a full appreciation of the factors that contribute to mental health."17

2001. (September) Secretary General Pirkko Lahti, speaking at the WFMH conference in Beirut, says, "...mental health is not only psychiatry; it includes also economic, social, psychological, medical and environmental elements....The World Federation for Mental Health, where I act as president at the moment, is represented in about 130 countries. We have nine regions, each of them having a vice president or a regional president. The World Federation for Mental Health works in co-operation with the United Nations, the World Health Organization WHO, Unesco and the labour organization ILO."18

2002 (April 29): President George W. Bush added his support to this massive network by signing an Executive Order titled, "President's New Freedom Commission on Mental Health."  It established a commission which bound the Departments of Health and Human Services, Education and Labor together in a common quest for "the desired outcomes of mental health care, which are to attain each individual's maximum level of employment, self-care, interpersonal relationships, and community participation."19 See Legalizing Mind Control
2002 (March 1) France Passes Controversial Anti-Cult Law: "Passing a controversial anti-cult law, France embarked on what some feared was a trend to restrict and oversee religious movements. And several other European governments may follow suit."
2002 (October 21) The Bible as 'hate literature'? "A prison sentence for quoting the Bible in Canada? Holy Scriptures treated as 'hate literature'?' ...Canadians advance bill that chills speech about homosexuality."
2002 (10 October) World Mental Health Day. Focus on the "identification, treatment and prevention of emotional and behavioral disorders in children and adolescents."
     The goal of the World Health Organization (WHO) is the “attainment by all peoples of the highest possible level of health”.
     Health as defined in WHO’s constitution is “a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease and infirmity”. As the premier specialized agency of the United Nations for health, WHO promotes technical cooperation for health among nations, implements programs to control and eradicate disease and strives to improve the quality of human life." World Mental Health Day 2002 - What you can do

2003 (March): From the Chief Executive, New Zealand : "... the Foundation hosted Michael Murray, CEO of the Clifford Beers Foundation and Editor of the International Journal of Mental Health Promotion. Michael was the keynote speaker at our one-day forum on Mentally Healthy Workplaces in Auckland, NZ. He has been involved in workplace health programmes in Canada and the UK and offered valuable information on this important mental health promotion setting.... Organised by the World Federation for Mental Health, the Clifford Beers Foundation, the Carter Center and the Mental Health Foundation, this will be the first time the conference has been held in Oceania." 20

2003 (June 10): "Sweden Moves to Criminalize Opposition to Homosexuality." "The Swedish government is moving toward prohibiting Christians from voicing biblical positions on issues.... The Swedish Parliament has moved to within one step of changing the nation’s constitution to ban speech or materials opposing homosexuality and any other alternate lifestyles. If the amendment becomes reality, violators could be subject to prison sentences."

2003 (June 12-14) WFMH Collaborating Center -- The Society for Prevention Research -- holds annual meeting. in Wash. DC.

2003 (August 8) U.N. group in 'showdown with religion': ""Buoyed by growing political acceptance of homosexuals worldwide, a United Nations group promoting 'gay' and lesbian rights met in New York to sharpen a multi-pronged strategy that includes a 'showdown with religion.' The meeting was sponsored by the U.N. Gay, Lesbian or Bisexual Employees, known as UNGLOBE, a group officially recognized by the worldwide body in 1996..... At a forum Monday, attended briefly by U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan, panel members singled out Roman Catholics and evangelical Protestants as opponents.... Princeton University professor Anthony Appiah, wondered whether or not religion should be limited, as it poses a 'challenge' to the homosexual agenda...."
2004 (May 26 – 28, 2004 Quebec City): 12th Annual Meeting “Crossing Borders: Linking Prevention Science, Policy and Practice” Ray Peters, one of SPR's Canadian members, is chair of the 2004 Conference Program Planning Committee. Mentioned in WFMH, 1st Quarter 2003.
     Mission: "The Society for Prevention Research is an international organization focused upon the advancement of science-based prevention programs and policies through empirical research. The membership of the organization includes scientists, practitioners, advocates, administrators, and policy makers who are concerned with the prevention of social, physical and mental health problems and the promotion of health, safety, and well-being."
2003. The Latino Behavioral Health Institute: "The Latino Behavioral Health Institute (LBHI) is pleased to announce it's 2003 Ninth Annual Conference - 'Promoting Effective Behavioral Health Care for Latinos', to be held on September 23 - 25 at the Universal City Hilton and Towers, Universal City, California."

Endnotes: Sources followed by (?) still need verification

2. Dennis Laurence Cuddy,Ph.D., Chronology of Education with Quotable Quotes (Pro Family Forum, Highland City, FL 33846, 1994); page 13.

3.Byron Weeks Tavistock - The Best Kept Secret In America at Since we know little about Dr. Weeks, we include this bio from NewsMax: "Dr. Weeks is no alarmist. He has been practicing medicine for five decades and has had a distinguished military career that includes holding several senior medical military posts, including serving as hospital commander at several NATO hospitals.Most importantly, he has over two decades of experience with biological and chemical warfare. He doesn't rush to conclusions, nor does he "sugar-coat" his remarks. He simply tells it like it is." "A bio-warfare expert tells," Special Alert for NewsMax Readers, October 29, 2001.

6. This reference and its corresponding items have been deleted, since they could not be verified.
CIA & Dr. Cameron. For more information, go to and do a search on this long page for the name, Cameron.
 Charlotte Iserbyt, "The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America (Ravenna OH: Conscience Press, 1999), pages 18, 42.
8.G. Brock Chisholm, "The Re-Establishment of Peacetime Society," Psychiatry, February 1946.,12212,934548,00.html
10. Brittanica-15-172
11. Bertrand Russell, The Impact of Science on Society (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1953); page 30.) Cited by Lewis Albert Alesen, Mental Robots (Caldwell, ID: Caxton Printers, 1960); page 26.
12. Lewis Albert Alesen, Mental Robots (Caldwell, ID: Caxton Printers, 1960); page 23.
13. The United States Prepares for Its Future: Global Perspectives in Education, Report of the Study Commission on Global Education," 1987. The report is financed by the Rockefeller, Ford and Exxon Foundations. Cuddy, 80.
14. David Satcher, MD, National Healthy People Consortium Meeting, November 12, 1998.
15. .Found at the "Nations for Mental Health" website at (link now obsolete). We have a copy of the page and will provide more details about this program in Part 3 of this series.
20. Dr Mason Durie, British Medical Journal, March 2003.