Love against hate
Harcourt, Brace and company, 1942 - Family & Relationships - 311 pages
One of America's leading psychiatrists analyzes the war of the emotions within each of us and shows how the power of love can shape our instinctual aggressiveness to the service of human happiness. Index.
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