Three Views on Reich's Concept of Sexual Repression
Keywords:Sex, Marxism, Inequality
AbstractThe article on Wilhelm Reich by Bertell Ollman ("Social Revolution and Sexual Revolution," MR, September 1973) raises a number of important issues too long ignored by the mainstream of Marxist thought. As elucidated by Ollman, these issues center around social-psychological inquiries as to the mechanisms of social control of the subconscious mind.
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