Around the same time

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Around the same time, Freud began to assemble an international group of followers that  provided him with support and validation in the short term, and innumerable difficulties  in the long term. Karl Abrahams, a psychiatrist who had spent time in Zurich and then in  Berlin, met Freud in December of 1907; Ernest Jones, the Englishman who later wrote  the first, and still most comprehensive, biography of Freud, made Freud's acquaintance  in 1908; Sandor Ferenczi, a Hungarian, met Freud in February of 1908. Without these  supporters, the psychoanalytic movement would never have got off the ground. But with  them, psychoanalysis became a complicated game of politics and personal conflicts,  one that occasionally made Freud yearn for his days of isolation before the turn of the  century. Of all his new followers–most of whom were twenty years younger than Freud–Freud 
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