People: Apr. 26, 1968

In a rare visit to the U.S., that pioneering lady of psychoanalysis, Anna Freud, 71, delivered some gloomy words on the state of the science at the New York Psychoanalytic Society's annual Freud lecture, named after her father who started it all 70 years ago. Psychoanalysis, observed Anna, seems to be in sharp decline among those it should be helping most, those in the younger generation most confused about self and life. Today's youth, she continued, "is not interested in man's struggle against himself, but in man's struggle against society. Adaptation to society is...

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