Theodore Schroeder

Schroeder, circa 1952 Albert Theodore Schroeder (September 17, 1864 – February 10, 1953) was an American author who wrote on issues pertaining to freedom of expression. Schroeder challenged the state of freedom of speech in the United States, claiming that the US government may be a tyranny and that the way Americans view their liberties makes Americans hypocrites.

Schroeder was a freelance psychoanalyst who studied the sexual basis of all religious experience. His interest in free speech, as well as his psychosexual theories, led him to study the controversial life of 19th-century free speech and women's rights advocate Ida C. Craddock. Provided by Wikipedia
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