Graduate studies at Western
Duke University Press (1984)
|Abstract||Leading sociologist Irving Louis Horowitz examines the response social science has made to contemporary subjects and issues: the so-called "new class" of the ...|
|Keywords||Sociology Political sociology Ideology Polarity (Philosophy|
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|Call number||HM33.H67 1984|
|ISBN(s)||0822306026 0822304953 9780822306023|
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