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When Eliot Became an Establishment, the People Who Went Midwest, and Mesmerism in America

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When Eliot Became an Establishment, the People Who Went Midwest, and Mesmerism in America

Clare Coffey reviews a new book on mesmerism in America and discusses what it tells us about rationalism in a secular world: Mesmerism is the brainchild of Franz Mesmer, a German doctor born in 1734 who practiced medicine in Vienna and Paris, and who believed…
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