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"Penetrating, provocative and just possibly a landmark argument-starter."
"I know of no other analysis which succeeds as well in discussing the internal links between psychology and society in the contemporary period."
"Jacoby is appropriately critical of traditional Marxism, as the Frankfurt school has been, and he has been particularly careful to keep his concept of consciousness dialectical. Crucial to his book, and in many ways its best part, is his assessment of the role of therapy in the psychoanalytic movement."
—The New York Review of Books