Woodrow Wilson on Freud's Couch
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WOODROW WILSON ON
by Barbara Tuck man
The accomplished author of The Guns of August and The Proud Tower discusses the last of Sigmund Freud’s work to be published, a “psychological study” of President Wilson written in conjunction with William Bullitt in 1932 but withheld from publication until now. The book tells much about Freud as well as Wilson, and, says Mrs. Tuchman, raises the question: What can the Freudian method do for history?
When Is an Architect Not an Architect?
by Hunter Lewis
The sad but true story of J. George Stewart and the works he has wrought on Capitol Hill.
LLOYD GEORGE by C. P. Snow
Britain’s leading politician-scientist-novelist presents an affectionate remembrance of the great radical.
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