“America is Dollaria.”
Sigmund Freud to Oskar Pfister, 1930. This contemptuous term for the United States was evidently common among Central European intellectuals. As early as 1921, Albert Einstein, writing about an upcoming trip to America, expected a correspondent to be familiar with the reference.
From Ernst Falzeder’s “‘A Fat Wad of Dirty Pieces of Paper’: Freud on America, Freud in America, Freud and America,” in After Freud Left: A Century of Psychoanalysis in America (ed. John Burnham).