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The values of the left today are concerned with protecting the environment, winning more rights for Gay people, and advancing the welfare of women by protecting their rights in the workplace. The essays in this book have no quarrel with these new goals and values. What they are critical of are the extreme methods that have come to be used in the struggle for their achievement-the various forms of political correctness-denial of reality, pseudo-stupidity, the use of threats and intimidation, and the substitution of ideology for common sense. The point of view of this collection is that of someone who has lived through the important events and crises of the last seventy-five years, and of someone who has studied human nature in the consulting room for half a century.
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Dr. Kramer grew up in Brooklyn, graduated from the College of the University of Chicago and went on to study philosophy and biology there. After graduation from the New York University School of Medicine he trained in Pediatrics and in Adult and Child Psychiatry. He is a graduate of the New York Psychoanalytic Institute, where he was a member of the faculty. Before retiring he divided his time between the practice of psychoanalysis in New York City, and teaching psychiatry and psychotherapy as Clinical Professor at the Robert Woods Johnson Medical School of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. He is the author of many professional articles and his essays and comments have appeared in various publications including The Wall Street Journal, The American Spectator, and The public Interest.
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