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Psychology today interview cassettes, 15.
Notes in container.
SUMMARY: In an interview, Rollo May discusses the types of power, its uses and abuses, the reasons why we repress our power, and what happens when we don't admit we have power. May also expresses his concern at increasing apathy to violence.