IN THE REVIEW

Letter to Gandhi

AUTHOR’S NOTE: In the first part of my book, Gandhi’s Truth, I describe the way in which, on a trip to India, my “psycho-historical” interest was aroused by what some surviving witnesses told me about a relatively little known event of Gandhi’s middle years, namely his leadership, in 1918, of …

The Strange Case of Freud, Bullitt, and Woodrow Wilson: I

Thomas Woodrow Wilson: Twenty-eighth President of the United States
A Psychological Study

by Sigmund Freud and William C. Bullitt
Another bad book on Wilson would not necessarily call for review. Nor would a bad book by William C. Bullitt. A distinguished public servant, Ambassador Bullitt does not owe the world a good book, even though many public servants think they do. But a disastrously bad book on Wilson, written …