by Jonathan Rose
The appalling story behind the man Asperger’s is named for.
SOURCE: Time Magazine
by Edith Sheffer
"I was excited to write a positive book about autism and the Third Reich. My first day in the Austrian National Archives in Vienna, however, dispelled any notion of a heroic tale." – Edith Sheffer
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