Mary Daly, Beyond God the Father (Beacon Press) 1973, pg 144:

"To persons in whom the effects of socialization so overwhelm critical judgment that their sense of reality is co-extensive with the world legitimated by religious myth and ritual, the 'reasonableness' of even the most bizarre and violent events thus legitimated seems unquestionable. Such persons will fearfully resist the 'No' of the women's movement as Antichurch to such legitimations. Others, who wield ideological and political power and understand how to manipulate such fears will also resist this 'No' by using religion and other instruments of social control. Such instruments include the myth and institutions of 'mental illness'...."