Is the common man too common? An informal survey of our cultural resources and what we are doing about them [by] Joseph Wood Krutch [and others.


1st ed.].. Norman, University of Oklahoma Press [1954] .

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Other Authors Krutch, Joseph Wood, 1893-1970.
Subjects Intellectual life.
United States -- Intellectual life.
United States.
Description xii, 146 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date [1954]
Contents Is the common man too common? By J.W. Krutch.--The common man as reader, by E.C. Lindeman.--The press and cultural democracy, by A. Cooke.--Radio, TV, and the common man, by G. Seldes.--Hollywood verdict: gilt but not guilty, by A. Mayer.--The garret and the masterpiece, by N. Cousins.--Business and the state of our culture, by H.K. Guinzburg.--Educating the uncommon man, by A.W. Griswold.--The common man on the campus, by J.W. Dodds.--Let's globalize our universities, by C.W. De Kiewiet.--Seek the finer flavor, by G.F. Kennan.--The taste of the common man, by D.W. Brogan.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)404794
(OCoLC)ocm00404794
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