Since it has been well established that the initial strategy of the "Strategy of Mental Health"-was defined by Dr. Lees M.D. in October of 1940 acccording to Dr. Lee's [published document namely]; "The Strategy of Mental Health"-we will soon learn that the goals for the dealings with defectives, psychotics, and neurotics by psychiatrists certianly changed during the two years of 1940 and 1941.
Dr. Lees felt that mental health should permeate all of society. He thought that mental health should act as a totalitarian unquestionalble entity. Dr. Lees wrote that the interests of people should be questions of mental health. He proposed that if people used the phrase "mental health and commonsense" instead of the prior name namely, "mental hygiene" then, the task of mental health permeating all of society would be a much easier task to achieve. He wrote that the infiltration of mental health would be easiest to achieve among the educational system and the Chuch, but more difficult to achieve in law and medicine.
The medico-sociological problem of mental health would be soved at every level in society, and within every group of all levels in society. Dr. Lees motive behind the evenual achievement of mental health's infiltration in all of society was to improve the (white) race's quality of genes that give a person the following characteristics: 1); likable personality, 2); adaptability to their environment 30; above average I.Q., and 4); good sound health.
Dr. Lee thought that if primary, secondary, university, and technical education was aggressively influenced by mental health then, its general scope of influence would be viewed as having paramount importance. The object of the ideal sets of behavior would be modeled from the behavior of the British upperclass.