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Social Interest a Challenge to Mankind

  title={Social Interest a Challenge to Mankind},
  author={Alfred Charles Adler},
  • A. Adler
  • Published 1964
  • Environmental Science
This digital version of Social Interest: A Challenge to Mankind, by Alfred Adler, was created by The Classical Adlerian Translation Project.. The original book was scanned, optically converted to a Word file, edited, re-formatted for wider margins and readability, exported to a PDF format, bookmarked, and enabled for commenting in Adobe Reader. It is protected by copyright and may not be shared, distributed, altered, or reproduced without the expressed consent of Dr. Stein. 
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