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The second study discussed below is more contentious in the present context, both in its status as a good representative anecdote, and in its status as a case study at all. 5 This series of experiments was formally commenced in August 1961, although a pilot study was conducted with twenty undergraduates at Yale University in 1960. 6 There were several other publications between 1963 and 1974. Since then, Milgram’s study has resonated throughout public culture, having captured the attention of various publics and, like Freud’s case studies, having generated many reiterations.

Amongst the citizens of the democratic United States (as opposed to Germany), he had expected to find a resilient capacity to resist authority. His initial consternation and accompanying fascination is evident in a letter he wrote to Henry Riecken, the head of Social Sciences at the National Science Foundation, on September 21, 1961, just several weeks after his experiments had begun. Milgram wrote, In a naïve moment some time ago, I once wondered whether in all of the United States a vicious government could find enough moral imbeciles to meet the personnel requirements of a national system of death camps, of the sort that were maintained in Germany.

Freud was referring to the case of Fräulein Elisabeth von R. Sigmund Freud, “From the History of an Infantile Neurosis [1918],” in The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, trans. and ed. James Strachey, 24 vols. (London: Hogarth Press, 1955–74), vol. 17, 13. For example, Steven Marcus, “Freud and Dora: Story, History, Case History,” in his Representations (New York: Random House, 1975), 247–309; and Peter Brooks, “Fictions of the Wolf-Man: Freud and Narrative Understanding,” in his Reading for the Plot (Oxford: Blackwell, 1984).

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