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A U.S. marine watches a statue of Saddam Hussein being toppled in Firdaus Square, in downtown Baghdad, on April 9, 2003. Jerome Delay /AP hide caption

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A Look Back: The Beginning Of The War In Iraq

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A Woman Of Some Importance: Sabine Spielrein, one of Karl Jung's celebrated patients, later became a psychiatrist herself — and, as screenwriter Christopher Hampton tells NPR's Rachel Martin, an influence on both Jung and Sigmund Freud. Keira Knightley plays Spielrein in the new film A Dangerous Method. /Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Freud, Jung And What Went Wrong

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