The Lawrence Textile Strike

The Lawrence, Massachusetts textile workers strike, led by the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW, or Wobblies), began on this date in 1912. The strike was called after employers cut workers’ wages in response to a new state law that had reduced the maximum work week of women and children from 56 hours to 54. The […]

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“Dearest Jung…”

Erich Neumann’s Lifelong Correspondence with C.G. Jung by Aryeh Maidenbaum From the Spring 2016 issue of Jewish Currents Discussed in this essay: Analytical Psychology in Exile: The Correspondence of C.G. Jung & Erich Neumann, edited by Martin Liebscher. Princeton University Press, 2015, 496 pages. IN APRIL 2015, the Israel Jung Group hosted an important international […]

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Carl Jung and the Question of Anti-Semitism

Struggling with Accusations by Aryeh Maidenbaum, Ph.D. This is an article I do not want to write, about a man whose psychology and ideas have played a most important part in my life. I was raised in a modern Orthodox Jewish environment, spent many years in Israel, and earned a Ph.D. at the Hebrew University […]

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