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question of leaders, I'm not so sure that he used the word hostility
here. He has discussed schizoid personality, though, and he
mentioned [Adolf] Hitler in this but I suppose when you're thinking
in this context would you be thinking of such leaders as [Muammar]
Qaddafi of Libya, the Argentine generals before, when they were in
Stalin, Reagan, [Idi] Amin. We've had a number of examples of
[end of side one, reel one]
[beginning of side two, reel one]
This is a continuation of the interview with Dr. Kenneth B.
Clark, November 7, 1985.
[tape stops and starts]
Dr. Clark, in case part of that was lost on the long leader, you
were responding to my question of as to whether or not, in the
context of today, you were thinking of such leaders whose hostility
should be curbed as Qaddafi of Libya, generals when they were in
power in Argentina and others. You mentioned a couple of others you
had in mind.
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