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The Psychological Requirements of a Free Society

Edith Packer

Presented at: TJS 1983

Date: Aug 06, 1983

Dr. Packer will discuss what kind of psychology is necessary for an individual to feel secure in a free society, and the conscious and subconscious ideas and attitudes disposing him to support or fear such a society. She will consider the role of such factors as independence, self-confidence, and self-responsibility versus self-doubt, envy, and the pursuit of infantile needs.


Parts: 1

Handout: none


  • Print, 1985 (En) - Pamphlet available from