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One of us had struck up a friendship with her when she was a resident at an institution which we will call Cornerstone State School. On visits to the institution, he had been impressed with the perceptive outspoken teenager. When he was told that Pattie wanted to leave the state school but had no place to go, he helped her. Fifteen months after she moved out, one of the authors approached her with the proposal for the project. During those fifteen months we had seen her occasionally, and spoken with her on the phone.
The great majority ultimately become public charges in some form. They cause unutterable sorrow at home and are a menace and a danger to the community. Feeble-minded women are almost invariably immoral, and if at large usually become carriers of venereal disease or give birth to children Page 10 who are as defective as themselves. . Every feeble-minded person, especially the high-grade imbecile, is a potential criminal, needing only the proper environment and opportunity for the development and expression of his criminal tendencies.
During that time we saw him once (and sometimes twice) a week. We usually met at night in an empty office building located in the neighborhood in which Ed lived. Most interview sessions lasted about three hours. The interviews were taped. We tried to create a free and open atmosphere in which Ed was free to express his understandings, hopes, joys, and fears. We attempted to pay careful attention to what he said so as to understand how he ordered and understood his world. If he said things that we did not understand, we assumed that it was the result of a deficiency in our capacity to understand rather than of a deficiency in him.