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Volume 10, Issue 4 (1981)

Letter to the Editor

pp. 511—512

In the Winter issue of the School Psychology Review Fagan (1981) reviewed the whole controversy which surrounded an introductory quote that I used in my article of some years ago in the American Psychologist (Barclay, 1971). In a sense it made me think of a picture which hung in the high school classroom where I studied Latin. The picture is one which used to be very popular in such classrooms thirty years ago. It showed Cicero with the entire Roman senate sitting behind him pointing a finger at Cataline who had been accused of wrong-doing. The picture, obviously mass-produced for schools, was always in tones of sepia and brown.

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