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The radical vision; essays for the seventies.

Autore: Leo Hamalian; Frederick Robert Karl
Editore: New York, Crowell [1970]
Edizione/Formato:   Libro : EnglishVedi tutte le edizioni e i formati
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Tipo documento: Book
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Leo Hamalian; Frederick Robert Karl
Numero OCLC: 116862
Descrizione: xiv, 625 pages 22 cm
Contenuti: Cry of the wild / Ronald McGuire --
A yippie manifesto / Jerry Rubin --
Passage to more than India / Gary Snyder --
Protean man / Robert Jay Lifton --
A psychedelic experience: fact or fantasy? / Alan Watts --
The black revolution / Malcolm X --
Liberation from the affluent society / Herbert Marcuse --
Apocalypse: the place of mystery in the life of the mind / Norman O. Brown --
The obvious / R.D. Laing --
Interview with Allen Ginsberg: the art of poetry / Thomas Clark --
Rebellion as education / Kingsley Widmer --
Up against the wall! / Dotson Rader --
Pride and prejudice: the city college crisis / Leo Hamalian, James V. Hatch --
Berkeley: the battle of people's park / Sheldon Wolin, John Schaar --
Students as teachers / Harold Taylor --
The uselessness of the past / Frederick R. Karl --
Existentialism / Jean-Paul Sartre --
How people change / Allen Wheelis --
The open truth and fiery vehemence of youth: a sort of soliloquy / Peter Marin --
Black power in America / Martin Duberman --
The minister of information raps: an interview with Eldridge Cleaver / Cecil M. Brown --
Barroom sociology / Piri Thomas --
Blacks and Jews: an interview with Julius Lester/ Nat Hentoff --
Change and resistance: a psychotherapeutic view of race relations / Paul Wachtel --
On living in a biological revolution / Donald Fleming --
The changing environment, hell or utopia? / Moshe Safdie --
The historical roots of our ecologic crisis / Lynn White, Jr. --
Architectural excerpts / Norman Mailer --
The new mutants / Leslie Fiedler --
Journey through time-space: an interview with William S. Burroughs / Daniel Odier --
Communication / John Cage --
Like a rolling stone / Ralph J. Gleason --
One or two things / Jean-Luc Godard --
Rebels without a program / George F. Kennan --
Monkey business / Robert Brustein --
The summa popologica of Marshall McLuhan / Theodore Roszak --
The road to the top is through higher education, not black studies / W. Arthur Lewis.
Responsabilità: Edited by Leo Hamalian [and] Frederick R. Karl.

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