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Eisold, K. (2001). Letters to the Editor. Contemp. Psychoanal., 37(3):509-511.

(2001). Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 37(3):509-511

Letters to the Editor

Kenneth Eisold, Ph.D.

February 3, 2001

To the Editor:

It is with some reluctance that I write this response to Robert Wallerstein's letter. I do not want to temper my appreciation and admiration for his important book, and for his many contributions to psychoanalysis—as well as to the training of psychologists over the years. His has been a consistently constructive voice, and he has been in the forefront of many difficult and highly significant battles.

Still, I think it is important to try to clarify something that I had hoped my review conveyed. His letter, like his book, illustrates a certain assumption about psychoanalysis I feel it is important to question.

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