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date: 31 October 2020

Knee, Ruth Irelanlocked

  • Kenneth R. WedelKenneth R. WedelKnee Center for Strong Families, The University of Oklahoma

Summary

Ruth Irelan Knee (1920–2008) was a leading social worker in the formative years of public mental health programming and was a contributor to the “patients’ rights movement” for institutionalized persons.

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  • Social Work

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