C. G. Jung on G. W. Bush

In 1932, in an essay entitled “The Modern Spiritual Problem,” Carl Jung wrote:

We like to think that, on the basis of widespread knowledge of the unconscious and its ways, no one could be deceived by a statesman who was unaware of his own bad motives; they very newspapers would pull him up: “Please have yourself analysed; you are suffering from a father-complex.”


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