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Naomi Weisstein: Psychology, Science, and Women’s Liberation (Guest Post by Jesse Lemisch)

[Editor’s Note: The following is a guest post from Jesse Lemisch, New Left Historian and author of, among other things, “Jack Tar in the Streets: Merchant Seamen in the Politics of Revolutionary America,” “The American Revolution Seen from the Bottom Up,” and “On Active Service in War Peace: Politics and Ideology in the American Historical Profession.” From 1965 until her death in 2015, he was married to Naomi Weisstein; “people,” he notes, “correctly thought of us as a sect of two.”  He is also a longtime friend of S-USIH and of this blog. He has, in the past, written a Read more