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As humans of the fashionable period have been singularly at risk of anxious issues, the fearful process turned a version for describing political and social association. This quantity untangles the mutual dependencies of clinical neurology and the cultural attitudes of the interval 1800-1950, exploring how and why modernity used to be a essentially fearful kingdom.
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