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(p. 117) Review: The Cambridge Evacuation Survey: A Wartime Study in Social Welfare and Education: Ed. Susan Isaacs (London: Methuen, 1941) 

(p. 117) Review: The Cambridge Evacuation Survey: A Wartime Study in Social Welfare and Education: Ed. Susan Isaacs (London: Methuen, 1941)
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(p. 117) Review: The Cambridge Evacuation Survey: A Wartime Study in Social Welfare and Education: Ed. Susan Isaacs (London: Methuen, 1941)
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Donald W. Winnicott

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10.1093/med:psych/9780190271343.003.0018
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date: 21 April 2018

Winnicott reviews Susan Isaacs’s The Cambridge Evacuation Survey: A Wartime Study in Social Welfare and Education, which he describes as an objective and unsentimental look at the impact of wartime evacuation on British children.

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