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What do these lines from Bob Kaufman's "Unanimity Has Been Achieved, Not a Dot Less for Its Accidentalness" convey about how the poet might have perceived mental hospitals and institutionalization? Gothic brain surgeons, weeping over the remains of destroyed love machines. Diggers, corkscrewing cleanly in, exhilerausted, into the mind mine, impaled on edgeless shafts of subtle reminiscence, green- walking across the belts and ties. Kaufman sees mental hospitals and institutionalization as inhumane, ineffective, and uncaring. Kaufman believes that mental hospitals and institutionalization should be the last resort to cure mental illnesses. Kaufman sees mental hospitals and institutionalization as the only salvation for the mentally ill. Kaufman believes mental hospitals and institutionalization are destructive for otherwise competent brain surgeons.

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    "<span>Kaufman sees mental hospitals and institutionalization as inhumane, ineffective, and uncaring."
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