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A Psychiatrist's Diary

The Paranoia of Prejudice

Shyam K. Bhat, MD

Published: June 15, 2007

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We’ ve flown 24 hours, from Bangalore to Chicago. My 6-month-old son has slept most of the way in a bassinet, but my wife and I, both battling a nasty cough, are exhausted. Before we can catch our connecting flight to Springfield, we have to first clear immigration.’ ‹


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