'Review of Jeffrey Masson, Final Analysis' 17k
I had met Masson at London's Institute of Contemporary Arts and found him a person who goaded people into losing their temper and then played the innocent victim. Until then I had given him a portion of benefit of the doubt. Seeing him in action settled my opinion. I managed not to lose my temper, I gather that this had the consequence that he vetoed my appearance in a subsequent television discussion programme. The review appeared in The Lincoln Newsletter in 1992.
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