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J., E. (1922). Applied Psycho-Analysis: L. Pierce Clark. Unconscious Motives underlying the Personalities of Great Statesmen and their Relation to Epoch-Making Events. A Psychologic Study of Abraham Lincoln. Psychoanalytic Review, 1921, Vol. VIII, p. 1.. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 3:360.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Applied Psycho-Analysis: L. Pierce Clark. Unconscious Motives underlying the Personalities of Great Statesmen and their Relation to Epoch-Making Events. A Psychologic Study of Abraham Lincoln. Psychoanalytic Review, 1921, Vol. VIII, p. 1.

(1922). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 3:360

Applied Psycho-Analysis: L. Pierce Clark. Unconscious Motives underlying the Personalities of Great Statesmen and their Relation to Epoch-Making Events. A Psychologic Study of Abraham Lincoln. Psychoanalytic Review, 1921, Vol. VIII, p. 1.

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Clark here relates the main events of Lincoln's life from a psychological point of view. He considers that Lincoln was dominated by an intense mother-fixation, which was the cause of his repeated depressions and also of his religious—or non-religious—views.

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J., E. (1922). Applied Psycho-Analysis. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 3:360

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