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By Gregory Zilboorg, M.D., in collaboration with George W. Henry, M.D. Price, not stated. Pp. 606, with 19 illustrations. W. W. Norton & Company, 70 Fifth Ave., New York, 1941.The man of good will who retains some critical sense sees, as he trains his sights out across the horizons, a panorama of everyday affairs. Glancing backward along the road which we have traveled in historic times, we may be faintly astonished or appalled by the extraordinarily devious methods by which man has deceived himself individually and collectively. It takes no great wisdom to realize that if you scratch the philosopher you don't have to flake off much surface deposit before you find the Neanderthal. Surges of
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