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The greening of America / Charles A. Reich.

Bantam edition.. New York: Bantam, 1971.
ISBN , 0394427300

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Subjects Adolescence -- United States.
Culturele Revolutie.
Estados Unidos -- Situación social -- 1945-1989.
États-Unis -- Conditions sociales -- 1960-1980.
Historia Da America -- Politica E Sociedade.
Jeunes adultes -- États-Unis.
Jeunesse -- États-Unis.
Politieke verandering.
Social change -- United States.
Social change.
Social history.
United States -- Social conditions -- 1960-1980.
United States.
Young adults -- United States.
Young adults.
Youth -- United States.
Description xi, 433 pages 18 cm
Copyright Date 1971.
Notes First published: Random, 1970.
Includes bibliographical references.
Summary Examines a projected reaction of the American people in light of the betrayal and loss of the American dream, the rise of the corporate state, and the way in which the State dominates, exploits, and ultimately destroys both nature and man.
Contents The coming American revolution -- Consciousness I: loss of reality -- The failure of reform -- Consciousness II -- Anatomy of the corporate state -- The lost self -- 'It's just like living' -- The machine begins to self-destruct -- Consciousness III: the new generation -- Beyond youth: recovery of self -- Revolution by consciousness -- The greening of America.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)652879
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WorldCat Identities Reich, Charles A.
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