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Bonnie Evans

to increase. Laws concerning autism as a kind of social disability therefore applied to increasing numbers of people and affirmed their international rights to be non-social or non-interactive beings if they so chose. Without any clear-cut biochemical basis for the category of autism, what essentially occurred from the 1980s in the UK, and from the 1990s across Europe, was that

in The metamorphosis of autism