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An edition of The moral ambiguity of America (1966)

The moral ambiguity of America.

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An edition of The moral ambiguity of America (1966)

The moral ambiguity of America.

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88

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Dr. Paul Goodman, social critic, talks about the problems of contemporary America in this 1966 Massey Lectures. Pt. 1: The Empty Society Pt. 2: Counter Forces for a Decent Society Pt. 3: Dr. Paul Goodman criticizes the purposelessness of much of our technology and its isolation from humanity and human principles. Pt. 4: Urbanization and Rural Reconstruction Pt. 5: The Psychology of Being Powerless Pt. 6: Is American Democracy Viable?

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Published in

[Toronto]

Edition Notes

Series
The Massey lectures,, 1966

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
917.3/03/9
Library of Congress
E169.1 .G653

The Physical Object

Pagination
88 p.
Number of pages
88

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL5552294M
Internet Archive
moralambiguityof00good
LCCN
67031991
Library Thing
2804999

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