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Bodnar, S. (2017). Hamilton: The “Activist Client” Is No Longer an Academic Exercise. Psychoanal. Dial., 27(6):694-702.

(2017). Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 27(6):694-702

Hamilton: The “Activist Client” Is No Longer an Academic Exercise

Susan Bodnar, Ph.D.

Inspired by the life-altering passion of Alexander and Eliza Hamilton as depicted in the musical Hamilton, I read Samuels’s paper through the construct of revolution as an idea as well as a practice. Largely in agreement with the concepts of Samuels’s paper, this response presents a three-tiered pragmatic project for how to create the activist-client: client-centered narratives, diversity theory, and financial flexibility.

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