Contract for “The Psycho-Analytic Problem of the War”
This contract between Sigmund Freud and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace was signed by Freud and James S. Shotwell, the General Editor of the CEIP seminal 150-volume series Economic and Social History of the World War. In December 1921 Freud informed Shotwell that he "can't make any headway" and asked to be released from the contract. In 1924, as the series was brought to a conclusion, Shotwell became director of the CEIP Division of Economics and History.
Charitable uses, trusts, and foundations, Economics--Research, Arts, and Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
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