By Derek Miller, MD. Price, $6.50. Pp 224. Indiana University Press, Tenth and Morton Sts, Bloomington, Ind, 1967.
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In the perennial struggle against the omnipresent multifaceted manifestations of antisocial behavior, our courageous English colleagues are obviously maintaining a comfortable lead thru their tenacious and determined dedication to an attack upon the problems of the antisocial character disorder.
Growth to Freedom must be regarded as another valuable contribution to the many outstanding studies in the field of crime which are currently emanating from the British scene. A short preface by Dr. Karl Menninger is prominently publicized on the fly leaf, presumably in order to enhance the value and attractiveness of the book in its appeal for popular consumption. There is, however, a feeling of satisfaction and pride that the American reader may share with Dr. Menninger because the author, like many of his European colleagues, is a product of a training center in the United States.
Attention should be directed to a long and
Falstein EI. Growth to Freedom.. Arch Gen Psychiatry. 1968;18(5):635-636. doi:10.1001/archpsyc.1968.01740050123020