Of the two giants of psychology, Freud and Jung, the latter’s groundbreaking investigations into the workings of the mind have not always been fully appreciated. In his new book, Carl Jung, Darwin of the Mind, Thomas T. Lawson redresses the imbalance and offers new insights into the evolution of consciousness.

Also: One popular image of the nineteenth-century anarchist has been the wild-eyed radical throwing a bomb. Tom Goyens (University of Virginia at Wise) says that what anarchists fought for—everything from the eight hour work day to food co-ops and other organizations run by consensus—are now taken for granted in our society.

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