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Social hysteria and social psychoanalysis: A response to Brion'sThe Hidden Persistence of Witchcraft

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See Denis J. Brion, “The Hidden Persistence of Witchcraft”,Law and Critique 4/2 (1993), 227.

This article is a modified version of a paper (entitled “Social Hysteria in False Accusations of Child Abuse”) delivered at the NFF “History and Hysteria” symposium, University of Missouri—Columbia, Oct. 31–Nov. 2, 1991. The author gratefully acknowledges Denis Brion's critical remarks (on an earlier draft), the financial support of this article by the Frances Lewis Law Center, and the research assistance of Steve Brody (J.D. candidate).

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Caudill, D.S. Social hysteria and social psychoanalysis: A response to Brion'sThe Hidden Persistence of Witchcraft . Law Critique 5, 31–51 (1994). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01129729

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