Education: Old Masters in Houston

"Well," said 82-year-old Carl Gustav Jung in Zurich last week as a tiny microphone was fastened around his neck and a TV camera was wheeled into place, "this is the first time anyone ever had me on a leash." Then, his white head wreathed in tobacco smoke, the famed analyst leaned back to answer questions and explain the theories that placed him with Freud and Adler in the big three of modern psychology. It was his first experience with TV, and it was for an audience that must have seemed remote indeed. The audience to be convened this fall: citizens of...

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