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This edited volume challenges our negative and incorrect definitions of psychoanalysis by focusing on the notion that psychoanalysis once was, and can once again be, a movement for social justice. Taking the work of Erich Fromm as a guide, the chapters in this volume highlight psychoanalysis social justice origins, while illustrating how psychoanalysis in both an interpretive role and as a clinical tool can improve our understanding of contemporary social problems and address the effects of those problems within the clinical setting.