Patrick Weil

Photo of Patrick WeilPhoto | Jean-Fran├žois PagaPatrick Weil is Oscar M. Ruebhausen Distinguished Fellow at Yale Law School and a research professor at the National Center for Scientific Research in France. The founder and president of Libraries Without Borders, he is the author of The Sovereign Citizen and How to Be French.

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Cover: The Madman in the White House: Sigmund Freud, Ambassador Bullitt, and the Lost Psychobiography of Woodrow WilsonThe Madman in the White House: Sigmund Freud, Ambassador Bullitt, and the Lost Psychobiography of Woodrow WilsonWeil, PatrickHARDCOVER05/16/2023$35.00
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