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  Volume 52, Number 3, Fall 1995

Table of Contents

From: American Imago

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Editor's Introduction

pp. 237-238

Introductory Remarks

Introductory Remarks: Conference on "Psychoanalysis and Power" : Sponsored by Goethehouse and The New School for Social Research, 12/10-11, 1993

pp. 239-242


The Jewish and German Roots of Psychoanalysis and the Impact of the Holocaust

pp. 243-259

The Internalization of Nazism and its Effects on German Psychoanalysts and their Patients

pp. 261-279

The Intergenerational Taboo of Nazism: A Response and Elaboration of Volker Friedrich's Paper, "Internalization of Nazism and its Effects on German Psychoanalysts and their Patients"

pp. 281-289

In the Aftermath of Nazi-Germany: Alexsander Mitscherlich and Psychoanalysis -- Legend and Legacy

pp. 291-312

Response to Karen Brecht, "In the Aftermath of Nazi Germany: Alexander Mitscherlich and Psychoanlaysis - Legend and Legacy"

pp. 313-328

The Presence of the Past - Xenophobia and Rightwing Extremism in the federal Republic of Germany: Psychoanalytic Reflections

pp. 329-344

Nazi Psychoanalysis: Response to Werner Bohleber

pp. 345-358

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