"To write a history of psychoanalysis in America no one could be better qualified than Dr. Oberndorf, being himself so large a part of the movement....
"Step by step Dr. Oberndorf traces the extension of the psychoanalytic movement in the United States, all of which was within his own experie and in which he played so conspicuous a part. He brings on the scene both protagonists and antagonists, with not a few biographical details, thus recalling much of the psychiatric history of the first half of the Twentieth Century in America."-The 4merican Journal of Psychiatry
"It is doubtful if any person now living could have presented, by reason of first-hand contact and working relations with Freud and those intimately associated with him, a volume comparable to this authoritative, objective, and deservedly critical presentation ....
"Nos only psychiatrists but also general practitioners as well as all intelligens lay groups working in the field of human intrarelationships, their interpretation and management, will find this narration of historical events pertaining to psychoanalysis a veritable repository of fact, opinion, trends, and their growing applications."-New York State Journal of Medicine
"The reviewer recommends [this book] to students and laymen alike as an interesting, readable, and worthwhile chronology of the event, developments, and persons thai constitute the history of psychoanalysis in America."
ALEXANDER A. SCHNEIDERS, Thought
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