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Ambivalent America; a psycho-political dialogue.

Author: June Louin Tapp; Fred Krinsky
Publisher: Beverly Hills, Calif., Glencoe Press [1971]
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Genre/Form: Political psychology
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Tapp, June Louin, 1929-
Ambivalent America.
Beverly Hills, Calif., Glencoe Press [1971]
(OCoLC)763323694
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: June Louin Tapp; Fred Krinsky
OCLC Number: 149675
Description: xii, 211 pages illustrations 24 cm
Contents: The approach of the authoritarian personality / Nevitt Sanford --
Politico-economic ideology and group memberships in relation to ethnocentrism / Daniel J. Levinson --
Authoritarianism: right and left / Edward A. Shils --
Personality, ideology, and cognitive functioning ; Authority, authoritarianism, and conformity / Milton Rokeach --
How satisfying is democracy? ; An experimental study of leadership and group life / Ronald Lippitt, Ralph K. White --
Personality characteristics associated with obedience and defiance toward authoritative command / Alan C. Elms, Stanley Milgram --
An approach to political culture ; The civic culture and democratic stability / Gabriel Almond, Sidney Verba --
U.S. Supreme Court decision: Korematsu v. United States --
from A vindication of the government of New England churches / John Wise --
from Limitation of government / John Cotton --
from Proposed charter for France ; A letter to Noah Webster ; from Notes on Virginia ; A letter to de Meusnier ; A letter to Edward Carrington / Thomas Jefferson --
The Federalist, no. 33 ; no. 27 / Alexander Hamilton --
Notes on "The democratic principle" ; The laboring classes ; Democracy and liberty / Orestes Brownson --
from The American democrat / James Fenimore Cooper --
The liberation of a people's vital energies / Woodrow Wilson --
Social aspects of Christianity / Richard T. Ely --
Liberty and responsibility ; Advancing social and political organization in the United States ; Democracy and modern problems ; Republican government / William Graham Sumner --
The derangement of powers / Walter Lippmann --
FSM's joy to U.C. : free speech carols --
The Port Huron statement --
Untitled poem / Pam Edwards --
The new left and the old laws / William Stanmeyer --
Trapped in a system / Carl Oglesby --
For a first party / Michael Harrington --
Civil disobedience: destroyer of democracy / L.H. Van Dusen, Jr. --
Declaration of conscience: twenty years later ; editorial from The New Yorker / Margaret Chase Smith.
Responsibility: [Compiled by] June L. Tapp [and] Fred Krinsky.

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