The Nation: Freud on the Bobsled

If Freud had never lived, Walt Disney would undoubtedly have created him—and wired him to guide tourists through Disneyland. Last week 6,600 of those tourists took over Disneyland for a night, and an unusual group they were: members and relatives of members of the American Psychiatric Association, which held its annual convention at Anaheim, Calif. In a happy exercise of regression, they all visited the Mad Hatter's tea party, bought Mickey Mouse hats and hugged Goofy the Dog as if he had just returned from a traumatic trip to the vet. Explained Dr....

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