Table of contents for Psychoanalysis, class, and politics : encounters in the clinical setting / edited by Lynne Layton, Nancy Caro Hollander, and Susan Gutwill.

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Chapter One: Psychoanalysis, Class and Politics: Encounters in the Clinical Setting.
Introduction. Lynne Layton, Nancy Caro Hollander, and Susan Gutwill
Chapter Two: Working Directly with Political, Social and Cultural Material in the 
	Therapy Session, Andrew Samuels
Chapter Three: Money, Love, and Hate: Contradiction and Paradox in Psychoanalysis,
	Muriel Dimen.
Chapter Four: That Place Gives Me the Heebie Jeebies, Lynne Layton
Chapter Five: The Manic Society, Rachael Peltz
Chapter Six: Despair and Hope in a Culture of Denial, Nancy Caro Hollander and 
	Susan Gutwill
Chapter Seven: Class and Splitting in the Clinical Setting: The Ideological Dance in the
	Transference and Countertransference, Susan Gutwill and Nancy Caro Hollander
Chapter Eight: Attacks on Linking: The Unconscious Pull to Dissociate Individuals from
	their Social Context, Lynne Layton
Chapter Nine: The Normative Unconscious and the Political Contexts of Change in 
	Psychotherapy, Gary Walls
Chapter Ten: Racism, Classism, Psychosis and Self-image in the Analysis of a Woman,
	Gary Walls
Chapter Eleven: The Beheading of America: Reclaiming Our Minds, Maureen Katz
Chapter Twelve: Psychoanalysis and the Problem of the Bystander in Times of Terror,
	Nancy Caro Hollander
Chapter Thirteen: Is Politics the Last Taboo in Psychoanalysis? A Roundtable Discussion
	with Neil Altman, Jessica Benjamin, Ted Jacobs, and Paul Wachtel
	Moderated by: Amanda Hirsch Geffner
Chapter Fourteen: Response to Roundtable: Something¿s Gone Missing, Muriel Dimen
Chapter Fifteen: Response to Roundtable: Politics and/or/in/for Psychoanalysis,
	Andrew Samuels
Chapter Sixteen: Response to Roundtable: What Dare We (Not) Do? Psychoanalysis:
	A Voice in Politics?, Cleonie White
Chapter Seventeen: Political Identity: A Personal Postscript, Amanda Hirsch Geffner

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Psychoanalysis.
Social problems.
Political psychology.
Psychoanalytic Therapy -- methods.
Mental Disorders -- etiology.
Social Problems -- psychology.
Psychoanalytic Theory.
Politics.