Debate Graph: Forced Treatment DebateIntroductionDuring the 1960s, Americans were horrified to learn about conditions within the state mental hospital systems, where patients were often abused and neglected, made to submit to dangerous medical procedures ,or simply left live in squalid conditions for life. The popular backlash, made famous through books and movies such as One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, led to a general consensus against forcing anyone, under any circumstances, to receive psychiatric treatment against their will. Movements such as Madpride and The Icarus Project suggest that mental illness is normal and society’s narrow idea of normal is to blame. However, others feel that patients with mental illnesses are a threat to themselves and society. Thatindividual freedoms do not out weight the safety of society. Other research suggests that involuntary psychiatric treatment programs can keep people from cycling through ERs, jails, prisons, and homeless shelters—and therefore save taxpayers gobs of money. Prepare research to debate both sides of this issue-This will make it easier for you to form your rebuttals. There is a debate outline paper on Blackboard, that will help you develop your thoughts. You will be randomly assigned to either the affirmative or negative position. Prior to researching each side review the following resources:ResourcesMadprideElyn SaksIf Only They Had Treated HimAfter the debate is finished you must write a closing paper. Your closing does not have to reflect the side you were on, but rather what you have come to believe.