The changing American people; are we deteriorating or improving? Special editor: James C. Charlesworth.

Author
American Academy of Political and Social Science [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Philadelphia [1968]
Description
viii, 229 p. 24 cm.

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Notes
Consists chiefly of papers presented at the academy's annual meeting, April 5-6, 1968.
Bibliographic references
Bibliographical footnotes.
Action note
Committed to retain in perpetuity — ReCAP Shared Collection (HUL)
Contents
  • Foreword / James C. Charlesworth
  • The Physical and moral stamina of American youth / Major General Melvin Zais
  • The Implications of American physical abundance / Robert Theobald
  • Mental illness, alcoholism, and drud dependence / Harold W. Demone, Jr.
  • Ethics in American business and government : the confused issues / Wayne A.R. Leys
  • Anonymity, dissent, and individual integrity in America / Mulford Q. Sibley
  • Sexual promiscuity in America / Albert Ellis
  • The Impact of mass communications in America / Wesley C. Clark
  • The Quality of intellectual discipline in America / Theordore Brameld
  • Timidity, conformity, and the search for personal identity / Don Martindale
  • Bad manners in America / Amy Vanderbilt
  • The Stature of the American in the world community / Oliver Benson
  • Changing styles in art and entertainment / August Heckscher
  • American homes and neighborhoods, city and country / Edmund N. Bacon
  • Recent developments in minority and race relations / J. Milton Yinger.
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OCLC
171124
RCP
H - S
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