Montagu Lomax  trained as a doctor in  Victorian Britain.  He spent his retirement campaigning for lunacy reform. His conviction and dedication were driven by a personal tragedy, and supported by powerful friends in high places. He was instrumental in securing a Royal Commission  in which resulted in  the Mental Treatment Act of 1930.

This is a great story, and I hope you enjoy it. If you want to read the chapters in date order, they are listed below.