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How democratic is America? Responses to the New Left challenge. An official statement of Students for a Democratic Society, and essays by Walter Berns [and others]

Author: Robert A Goldwin; Students for a Democratic Society (U.S.); Public Affairs Conference Center.
Publisher: Chicago, Rand McNally [1971]
Series: Rand McNally public affairs series.
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How democratic is America?
Chicago, Rand McNally [1971]
(OCoLC)647169956
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert A Goldwin; Students for a Democratic Society (U.S.); Public Affairs Conference Center.
OCLC Number: 161024
Notes: "Outgrowth of a conference held under the auspices of the Public Affairs Conference Center of Kenyon College."
Description: 136 pages 21 cm.
Contents: The Port Huron statement, by Students for a Democratic Society. --
The New Left and liberal democracy, by W. Berns. --
How democratic is America? By H. Zinn. --
How democratic is America? A response to Howard Zinn, by S. Hook. --
American democracy and the challenge of radical democracy, by H.M. Clor. --
The democratization of the university, by A. Bloom.
Series Title: Rand McNally public affairs series.
Responsibility: Edited by Robert A. Goldwin.

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