Milestones, Nov. 18, 1957

Died. Wilhelm Reich, 60, once-famed psychoanalyst, associate and follower of Sigmund Freud, founder of the Wilhelm Reich Foundation, lately better known for unorthodox sex and energy theories; of a heart attack; in Lewisburg Federal Penitentiary, Pa., where he was serving a two-year term for distributing his invention, the "orgone energy accumulator" (in violation of the Food and Drug Act), a telephone-booth-size device which supposedly gathered energy from the atmosphere, could cure, while the patient sat inside, common colds, cancer and impotence.

Died. James ("Big Jim") Campbell, 62, tough but mild-mannered general secretary...

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