The Problem of Anxiety

The Problem of Anxiety

The Problem of Anxiety

The Problem of Anxiety

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I wish to express my great indebtedness to my friends and colleagues, Dr. Charles 0. Fiertz and Dr. Bertram D. Lewin, for the unstinting assistance they have given me in the many and valuable suggestions which they, together also with Dr. Dorian Feigenbaum and Dr. Sandor Rado, have been kind enough to make—suggestions which, as I am gratefully aware, are responsible for much of whatever merit this translation may possess. Acknowledgment is no less due to Dr. Feigenbaum, Editor-in‐ Chief of The Psychoanalytic Quarterly, in that it was he who conceived the idea, and made possible the accomplishment, of a new translation of one of Freud's major works.

HENRY ALDEN BUNKER

September 15, 1936 . . .

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