Szasz's critique turns, in the second part of the book, to libertarians who "support the psychiatric enterprise, either explicitly or by their silence"—in other words, those who don't agree with his view. Boldly titled "Profiles: Where Some Libertarians Went Wrong," this section includes profiles of John Stuart Mill, Bertrand Russell, Ayn Rand, and Friedrich von Hayek. Each of the 11 essays is part biography, part praise, but mostly criticism. Szasz lauds each of these individuals for espousing the virtue of individual liberty, but criticizes them for failing to condemn the vice of involuntary psychiatry. Those who remain silent on the subject are counted among those who endorse psychiatry, for "silence itself is a kind of speech."