The Rebellious Animal

Jackson, Don D.
February 1956
New Republic;2/20/56, Vol. 134 Issue 8, p20
This article focuses on the book "Must You Conform?," by Robert Linder. The present volume consists of six essays written at different times. They have in common the problem of conformity. The essays here in this book are entitled as: "The Mutiny of the Young," "Homosexuality and the Contemporary Scene," "Political Creed and Character," "The Instinct of Rebellion," "Must You Conform," and "Education for Maturity." Lindner's opinions on the many and serious problems that make up the material for this book are presented as those of a psychoanalyst.


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