Science: Cure for Germans?

Norman Raymond Frederick Maier is a man who has made his name & fame by driving rats crazy. For his experiments in rat frustration, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, in 1938 awarded him a $1,000 prize. Now Professor Maier, a University of Michigan psychologist, believes that his studies of rats have led him to a solution of the No. 1 contemporary problem in human frustration: how to cure a defeated Germany of the disease of Naziism. Though his plan leaves many a question unanswered, it is a stimulating contribution to...

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