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(p. 103) Report on Q Camps 

(p. 103) Report on Q Camps
(p. 103) Report on Q Camps

Donald W. Winnicott

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date: 21 January 2021

This is a report of Dr Winnicott’s work at Bicester, in special camps set up during the war to deal with difficult and anti-social children. Winnicott stresses that anti-social boys are not to be treated other than morally or legally, and that the British public, once aware of the suffering of these children, would wish to see them treated medically, not punished legally.

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