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Good Condition in Good jacket. 350 pages. Ex-library with typical marks, light discoloring and wear; a good tight binding. The jacket has light discoloring and creasing; wrapped; glued inside. Contents are John Dewey and David Riesman: From the Lost Individual to the Lonely Crowd; The Sociological Reality of America: An Essay on Mass Culture; The Social Basis of Unselfishness; Abundance Reconsidered; What Tocqueville Feared; Individualism and Equality in the United States; An Unemployed Family; Development 19th Century Style: Some Historical Parallels Between the US and Japan; Symbolic Ethnicity: The Future of Ethnic Groups and Cultures in America; A New Marital Form: The Marriage of Uncertain Duration; American Pastoralism, Suburbia and the Commune Movement; Feast of Strangers: Varieties of Sociable Experience in America; Aspects of Diversity in American Higher Education; Journalism and Social Science: Continuities and Discontinuities. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 Pounds. Category: Sociology & Politics; ISBN: 0812277546. ISBN/EAN: 9780812277548. Inventory No: 143761.
This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside. This book has hardback covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. No dust jacket., 850grams, ISBN: 0812277546.
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