American society in the twentieth century; selected readings. Dwight W. Hoover [and] C. Warren Vander Hill, editors.
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Vander Hill, C. Warren, 1937-
Social problems -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
United States -- Social conditions -- 20th century.
xiv, 247 p. 24 cm.
The decline of the WASP, by P. Schrag.--Skin deep is not good enough, by W. Kerr.--Silver City, by W. Haywood.--In retrospect: 1912-1950, by D. Aaron.--Talking in my sleep: an exercise in self-criticism, by "Free."--The origins of American feminism, by W. L. O'Neill.--Mabel Dodge Luhan: sex as politics, by C. Lasch.--Sisterhood is powerful, by S. Browmiller.--Booker T. Washington and the Negro, by T. Dixon, Jr.--The guilt of the cane, by W. E. B. DuBois.--Cultural nationalism, by J. Lester.--Cultural history written with lighting: The significance of the Birth of a nation, by E. Carter.--Movie chronicle: The westerner, by R. Warshow.--Movies on television, by P. Kael.--Hetch Hetchy Valley, by J. Muir.--The Round River, by A. Leopold.--Eco-catastrophe, by P. R. Ehrlich.--The tenant, by J. Riis.--The golden circus, by W. Lord.--The city comes to Main Street, by L. Atherton.--Nutrition and human needs, 1970.--Five in spots for the midnight chic, by P. Benchley.
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