AUSTRIA: Frustrated Regent

Vienna, home of music and schnitzeln, is also the home of psychoanalysis. Dr. Sigmund Freud, lives there. So does Dr. Alfred Adler. Switzerland's Charles Gustave Jung pays frequent visits. The corridors of the special Psychological Clinics teem with their satellites.

Ever since slack-chinned Prince Nicholas of Rumania became a chronic reckless driver (TIME, Nov. 4, 1929, et seq.), he has been a favorite subject for speculative diagnosis with the Viennese psychiatrists, who gather nightly to drink coffee with whipped cream at the Cafe Siller on the Franz Josef Quai. Many and ingenious...

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