The author recounts a friend's descent into madness and the failure of society to save him

The author recounts a friend’s descent into madness and the failure of society to save him

Jonathan Rosen’s childhood best friend Michael Laudor was always brilliant. He read incredibly fast and had a photographic memory. He effortlessly achieved top grades in middle and high school and passed Yale undergraduate school in just three years. Even after displaying paranoia, suffering a psychotic break, and being diagnosed with schizophrenia in his early twenties, …

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