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Ixxxvi INTRODUCTION TO THE SECOND EDITION
The following items in the bibliography have either been omitted by inadvertence, or they appeared after the numbering of the bibliography was completed.
90.   Barnard, R. H. General Semantics and the Controversial Phases of Speech.
Quar. Jour, of Speech. Dec, 1940.
91.   Chakotin, S. The Rape of the Masses; The Psychology of Totalitarian
Political Propaganda. Alliance Book Corporation, New York, 1940.
92.   Hitler, Adolf. Mein Kampf. Stackpole Sons, New York, 1939.
93.   Lee, Irving. General Semantics and Public Speaking. Quar. Jour, of Speech.
Dec, 1940.
94.      The Adult in Courses in Speech. Accepted for publication. College English
1941.
95.   Lieber, H. G. and L. R. Non-Euclidean Geometry or Three Moons in
Mathesis. Galois Institute of Mathematics, Long Island Univ., Brooklyn, New York, 1931.
96.      Galois and the Theory of Groups; A Bright Star in Mathesis. Galois Insti-
tute of Mathematics, 1932.
97.       The Einstein Theory of Relativity, Part I. Galois Inst, of Mathematics, 1936.
98.   Psychiatry; Jour, of the Biology and the Pathology of Interpersonal Relations.
Wm. A. White Psychiatric Foundation, Washington, D. C.
99.   Reiser, O. L. The Promise of Scientific Humanism. Oskar Piest, New York,
1940. 100. Robinson, Edward S. Law and the Lawyers. Macmillan, New York, 1935.
LIST OF REPRINTS AND MONOGRAPHS
INSTITUTE OF GENERAL SEMANTICS - 1941
1.   Barrett, L. G. General Semantics and Dentistry. Harvard Dental Record,
June, 1938.
2.       Evaluational Disorders and Caries; Semantogenic Symptoms. Jour, of Amer.
Dental Asso. Nov., 1939.
3.   Brewer, Joseph. Education and the Modern World. Convocation Address,
Olivet College, Sept., 1937. Reproduced from No. 21.
4.   Burridge, W. A New Colloido-Physiological Psycho-Logics. Reproduced
from No. 21.
5.   Campbell, D. G. General Semantics; Implications of Linguistic Revision for
Theoretical and Clinical Neuro-Psychiatry. Amer. Jour, of Psychiatry. Jan., 1937.
6.       Neuro-Linguistic and Neuro-Semantic Factors of Child Development.
Address, Chicago Pediatric Soc. Jan., 1938. Reproduced from No. 21.
7.       General Semantics in Education, Counseling, and Therapy. Natl. Educ. Asso.
Proc. 1939.
8.      General Semantics and Schizophrenic Reactions; Neuro-Linguistic and
Neuro-Semantic Mechanisms of Pathogenesis and Their Implications for Prevention and Therapy. Presented before Amer. Psychiatric Asso., Chicago. May, 1939. To be published.
9.       See Congdon.
10.   Congdon, C. B., and Campbell, D. G. A Preliminary Report on the Psycho-
therapeutic Application of General Semantics. March, 1937. Reproduced from No. 21.
11.   Devereux, G. A Sociological Theory of Schizophrenia. Psychoanalytic Rev.
July, 1939.
12.   Hayakawa, S. I. General Semantics and Propaganda. Presented before the
Natl. Council of Teachers of English, St. Louis, Mo. Nov., 1938. Pub. Opinion Quar. April, 1939.
13.       Language in Action. Experimental second edition of a text for Freshman
English Courses. An application of the principles of General Semantics which provides an orientation towards language based upon modern linguistic, scientific, and literary theory. Institute of General Semantics. Chicago, 1940. Final text published by Harcourt, Brace, New York, 1941.