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Philanthropy and the Hospitals of London: The King’s Fund, 1897–1990

Philanthropy and the Hospitals of London: The King’s Fund, 1897–1990 consided a personal fahe d duty. Gilbcrt sph of repeated hmca of df- dcstmaive behavior in which ~owcr "ignd msmw and chose to blow a more dangerous course, thereby risking physical calamity. In the mse of Rea- gan, Gilbert asserts that he was psycholopally vulnerable; he was an adult child of an alcoholic parent and tried to aape from the "blacB: curse" of hat addic- rim. Accordmg to Gilbert, this fa$ as well as the 1981 assassination attap and his cancer surgery in 1985, contributed to his denial of the Iran-Conma scandal and greatly af%ed his administration. Although hismh may wish that more rigorous methods had been foI- lowed, psychologists may khc that thc psychological p& are m supedi- dal, and politicks may feel that the book adds littlc to the continual debate abut refbrmhg the American presdaq, Gilbext miss inmating questions worrhy of consideration by anyone, espccialIg nurscs and nurse histoh. This book wodd be @&Iy useful in an issues croursc, since it touches on and illustrates dx compladty of all asp- of society- so50lom, politics, psychol- ogy, economics, cthia, and even dgmn. M. PATIUCIA DO-, PHD, RN, FAAN Wege of Nursing IJniVmi~ of Iowa Iowa City, Iowa http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Nursing History Review Springer Publishing

Philanthropy and the Hospitals of London: The King’s Fund, 1897–1990

Nursing History Review , Volume 4 (1): 3 – Jan 1, 1996

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Springer Publishing
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1062-8061
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1938-1913
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10.1891/1062-8061.4.1.220
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Abstract

consided a personal fahe d duty. Gilbcrt sph of repeated hmca of df- dcstmaive behavior in which ~owcr "ignd msmw and chose to blow a more dangerous course, thereby risking physical calamity. In the mse of Rea- gan, Gilbert asserts that he was psycholopally vulnerable; he was an adult child of an alcoholic parent and tried to aape from the "blacB: curse" of hat addic- rim. Accordmg to Gilbert, this fa$ as well as the 1981 assassination attap and his cancer surgery in 1985, contributed to his denial of the Iran-Conma scandal and greatly af%ed his administration. Although hismh may wish that more rigorous methods had been foI- lowed, psychologists may khc that thc psychological p& are m supedi- dal, and politicks may feel that the book adds littlc to the continual debate abut refbrmhg the American presdaq, Gilbext miss inmating questions worrhy of consideration by anyone, espccialIg nurscs and nurse histoh. This book wodd be @&Iy useful in an issues croursc, since it touches on and illustrates dx compladty of all asp- of society- so50lom, politics, psychol- ogy, economics, cthia, and even dgmn. M. PATIUCIA DO-, PHD, RN, FAAN Wege of Nursing IJniVmi~ of Iowa Iowa City, Iowa

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Nursing History ReviewSpringer Publishing

Published: Jan 1, 1996

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