RADICALS: A Disturbed Young Woman'

It may be beyond the abilities of even the most expert psychiatrists to define exactly the state of mind of Patty Hearst, either during her 19% months as the nation's most hunted fugitive or now that she is confined in the San Mateo County jail. But her own chief defense counsel, F. Lee Bailey, observed last week that "obviously the state of mind of the defendant will play a large part in her trial."

Patty's local attorneys, John Knutson and Terence Hallinan, left no doubt about their own view of the girl. In...

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