Paul Gleason is an associate editor at Psychiatric Times. He holds a PhD from the University of Virginia’s religious studies department and has written book reviews on American religion, literature, and political economy for The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, The Point, and other publications. More of his reviews can be found at www.paulwgleason.com, and he writes the essay series “Unfamiliar Letters” at https://paulwgleason.substack.com/.
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