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The contrapuntal civilization; essays toward a new understanding of the American experience, edited by Michael Kammen.

New York, Crowell [1971] .
ISBN 0690215452

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Subjects National characteristics, American.
United States -- Civilization.
Description viii, 312 p. 22 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Biformity: A frame of reference, by M. Kammen.--A calculus for polarity, by L. W. Norris.--Reflections on the American identity, by E. H. Erikson.--Paradox and dream, by J. Steinbeck.--The land of contrasts, by J. F. Muirhead.--The souls of Black folk, by W. E. Burghardt Du Bois.--The American cast of mind, by R. B. Perry.--The paradox of success and failure, by W. A. Clebsch.--Paleface and redskin, by P. Rahv.--A culture of contradictions, by R. Chase.--Fenimore Cooper and the economic age, by M. Bewley.--The myth and the dialogue, by R. W. B. Lewis.--Venturous conservative: on Tocqueville's image of the Democrat, by M. Meyers.--The Federalist, a split personality, by A. T. Mason.--Soldiers and politicians in the American Civil War, by M. Cunliffe.--The American ideology, by R. G. McCloskey.--American character and foreign policy, by G. A. Almond.--The ironic element in the American situation, by R. Niebuhr.--The nation's dilemmas: a critique, by S. Hoffman.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00141248
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