Recently John Martin-Joy, MD, and his book Diagnosing From A Distance were quoted in a New York Times obituary for editor Warren Boroson. To view the article, please click here.
Boroson, along with with Ralph Ginzburg, created a provocative article and survey of psychiatrists about Barry Goldwater’s mental health.
“‘I think he, with Ginzburg, was important in trying to push forward the frontiers of free speech on behalf of public understanding of the mental health of public figures,’ Dr. Martin-Joy said. “However, the job they did was imperfect.'”