By Dr. med. Ludwig Frank. Price, M. 14.40; bound, M. 16.50. Pp. 807. Leipzig: Georg Thieme, 1926.
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Dr. Frank passes under sketchy review, in letter-form, about 295 instances in which a mind experienced in dealing with human entanglements is called into solving knotty situations that arise from social or group relationships of the individual. These situations are the cause of untold suffering not only to individuals but also to social groups such as the family when its integrity is threatened. Dr. Frank's treatment of his subject also impresses one with what great frequency these entanglements arise in every sort of community. All the cases he presents are medical in character and rightfully should be handled by a physician. But how many physicians are really competent to deal with them? Dr. Frank gives valuable suggestions as to how one may be enabled to do so. Every physician should familiarize himself with this vast field of cases which is not at all embraced by present day medical practice. Because
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