ERIC Number: ED058375
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
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The White Majority: Between Poverty and Affluence.
Howe, Louise Kapp, Ed.
Contents of this book include: "Introduction," Louise Kapp Howe; "The revolt of the white lower-middle class," Pete Hamill; "Life with Cappelli on $101 a week," Harvey Aronson; "Blue-collar marriages and families," Mirra Komarovsky; "Working-class youth: alienation without an image," William Simon and John H. Gagnon; "Greasers, Dupers and Hippies: three responses to the adult world," Stephan A. Buff; "Why they fight: U.S. combat soldiers in Vietnam," Charles C. Moskos, Jr.; "How they get away from it all," Gurney Williams and Jerry Parker; "A black view of the white worker," James Boggs; "White against white: the enduring ethnic conflict," Andrew M. Greeley; "The fear of equality," Robert E. Lane; "Work life and political attitudes: a study of manual workers," Lewis Lipsitz;"Labor: the anti-youth establishment," Lewis Carliner; "The exploitation of women workers," Joan Jordan; "Respectable bigotry," Michael Lerner; "The Wallace whitelash," Seymour Lipset and Earl Raab; "Workers and liberals: closing the gap," Brendan Sexton; "Can the American worker be radicalized?" Kim Moody; "Is there a new Republican majority?" Andrew Hacker; "Sharing the burden of change," S.M. Miller; and " Afterword," Louise Kapp Howe. (JM)
Descriptors: Adolescents, Blue Collar Occupations, Conflict, Ethnic Relations, Family (Sociological Unit), Lower Class, Lower Class Parents, Lower Middle Class, Males, Political Attitudes, Racism, Social Attitudes, Social Change, Whites, Youth Problems
Random House, 201 East 50th Street, New York, N.Y. 10022 ($1.95)
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