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Laufer, M. (1984). Report of the 33rd International Psychoanalytical Congress. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 65:89-122.
    

(1984). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 65:89-122

Report of the 33rd International Psychoanalytical Congress

Moses Laufer

This Editorial affords me the opportunity to express the gratitude of the Executive Council and all the Congress participants to our colleagues of the Spanish Society and the Madrid Association for the magnificent way in which they coped with all the last minute difficulties of the organization. Our congress was due to be held in the Palacio de Congresos in Madrid which, unfortunately for us, was the venue for the European Security Conference. It was only a few days before our Congress was to open that it became obvious that the European Security Conference was not going to close on time. That our Congress was able to proceed at all demonstrates how much time and energy must have been expended by our Spanish colleagues.

We are very grateful to them, not only for that, and for the organization of the very successful and enjoyable social events around the Congress, but also for their own personal hospitality which was extended to large numbers of Congress participants.

As usual, a Congress sees the retirement from office of some members who have served Council for a number of years. On this occasion, we had to say goodbye to four of our Vice-Presidents—Dr Paulo Grimaldi (Rio de Janeiro), Dr David Liberman (Buenos Aires), Dr Eero Rechardt (Helsinki), and Dr Edward M. Weinshel (San Francisco)—and to one of our Associate Secretaries—Prof Wolfgang Loch (Rottweil). We shall miss them and are grateful to them all for their work in the past. We now wish

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