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MindFreedom/Mad Market Book Club launches today

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MFI Book Club starting up: Sign up today for a special MFI Book Club Talk discussion group!

MindFreedom/Mad Market Book Club launches today

Join the MFI-Mad Market Book Club today!

MindFreedom International is excited to announce the launch of a new Online MFI Book Club in December! Each month we will feature a new book from our MadMarket for review and lively discussion by members (you'll be able to buy them all from MindFreedom's MadMarket).

 

Sign up today, by visitng: http://lists.mfimembership.org/listinfo.cgi/mfi-bookclub-talk-mfimembership.org

to add your name to the LISTSERV called, "MFI-BookClub-Talk."

 

We'll announce the first book choice for December via the LISTSERV or watch for an announcement on our Facebook page

 

Whitaker book - available from Mad Market!

 

The book by Robert Whitaker (pictured above), "Anatomy of an Epidemic," is just one of many
that are available from our MadMarket online bookstore.
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