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Very Good. 0802849180 This book is shelved in the Modern America section of our retail store and may require extra shipping time-Crisp clean unmarked unread hardcover with light shelfwear to the dustjacket. NICE!
Good+ in Very Good-dust jacket. Shallow dent on front cover's top edge, some of the darker color is missing from the back cover, otherwise minor wear on the clean, sound binding. Top and fore margin on back pastedown is damp stained with color from the binding, upper fore corner of last few pages are very slightly damp wrinkled, else contents are almost as new. Inner-side of DJ's back panel is stained with color from the book's binding, else DJ is almost as new.; Dark blue boards, bright silver lettering. SOCIOLOGY. "As the contributors insightfully show, much of the moral and social breakdown in America is being fueled by cultural changes. The great challenge for this generation is both to think more seriously about culture and to develop initiatives and reform movements for positive change. Contrary to the common belief that major problems in our culture-moral license, sexual promiscuity, divorce, the loss of shame, shock, and manners-can be correted through political action, the remedy pursued in this volume is to promote cultural renewal through cultural means-to replace bad culture with good culture. "; 9-1/2" Tall; 543 pages.
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