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ERIC Number: ED058375
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 299
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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)
Random House, 201 East 50th Street, New York, N.Y. 10022 ($1.95)
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