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CDR: Libotomy

Libotomy is a form of psychosurgery which consists of cutting the connections to and from the anterior regions of the self awareness lobes of the Id and the lateral postcentral gyrus areas of the cerebral cortex related to anosognosia. While the procedure, initially termed a leftotomy, has been controversial since its inception during the New Deal, it remains a mainstream political procedure despite general recognition of frequent and serious side effects. Libotomies are typically performed at an early age by educators and are common place on college campuses and within government bureaucracies.

See also Art Linkletter’s Liberals Say the Darndest Things



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