These are the sources for the fifth episode in our series on UK drug use in the 1950s and 60s: The Addict and Addiction from Victorian Doctors to Eugenicist Psychiatrists
An annotated script for the episode can be found here.
‘Who Should Suffer?’, Daily Express, 7 June 1955, p. 4.
‘Cassandra Says: The Way Out’, The Daily Mirror, 29 November 1955. P. 6.
Journal Articles and Chapters
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Henderson, D and Batchelor, R., A Text-Book of Psychiatry: For Students and Practitioners, (London: Oxford University Press, 1956).
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Kohn, M. Dope Girls: The Birth of the British Drug Underground, (London: Granta Publications, 2001).
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Weeks, J., Sex, Politics and Society: The Regulation of Sexuality Since 1800, (Abingdon: Routledge, 2018).
Ziegler, S., Inventing Addiction: Drugs, Race, and Sexuality Nineteenth-Century British and American Literature, (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2008).