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Sunday January 17th, 2021 2:24PM

LISTEN: Kenneth R. Rosen on "Troubled: The Failed Promise of America's Behavioral Treatment Programs

By Mornings on Maine Street

Each year thousands of young adults deemed out of control are carted off against their will to remote wilderness programs and treatment facilities. Author and journalist Kenneth R. Rosen was one such youth. Rosen visited Maine Street to talk about his new book "Troubled" and share why he thinks many of these programs do more harm than good.

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