The balance of power in society, and other essays. Introd. by John Herman Randall.

[New York] Macmillan [1969] .

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Subjects Social sciences.
Series Arkville Press book.
Description xvi, 368 pages 23 cm.
Copyright Date [1969]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction / by John Herman Randall -- The balance of power in society -- On political stability -- The international corporation and world order -- The American tradition in foreign relations -- The balance of power versus the coordinate state -- The destiny of the Negro in the Western Hemisphere -- An American dilemma (a book review) -- On certain characteristics of American democracy -- A note on the economic interpretation of history (a book review) -- The prospect of violent revolution in the United States -- The social function of trade unionism -- Group responsibility -- The university seminar movement at Columbia University -- Implications of an educational movement -- The professional criminal: An inquiry into the making of criminals -- Two towns that are one: A picturesque bit of America -- The miracle school -- Play and society.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)218512
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WorldCat Identities Tannenbaum, Frank, 1893-1969.
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