Science: Prescription for Germany

Like everybody else, scientists have been brooding about the problem of what to do with Germany. Like everybody else, they have various opinions. But one group of them has produced a plan to submit to the State Department. Its ambitious aim: to change "the German character."

Diagnosis. Gathered together by Richard M. Brickner, author of Is Germany Incurable?, the 30 eminent consultants include Freudian Psychoanalyst Franz Alexander, Anthropologist Margaret Mead, Psychiatrist Adolf Meyer, Psychologist Gardner Murphy, Physician Alvan L. Barach. After long pondering, they concluded that the German people have been suffering (for...

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