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The white majority; between poverty and affluence.

Author: Louise Kapp Howe
Publisher: New York, Random House [1971, ©1970]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Louise Kapp Howe
ISBN: 0394462513 9780394462516
OCLC Number: 146946
Description: xii, 303 pages 23 cm
Contents: A man and a phenomenon: Introduction, by L.K. Howe. The revolt of the white lower-middle class, by P. Hamill.--A day in the life: Life with Cappelli on $101 a week, by H. Aronson. Blue-collar marriages and families, by M. Komarovsky. Working-class youth: alienation without an image, by W. Simon and J.H. Gagnon. Greasers, dupers and hippies: three responses to the adult world, by S.A. Buff. Why they fight: U.S. combat soldiers in Vietnam, by C.C. Moskos, Jr. How they get away from it all, by G. Williams and J. Parker.--Pride and prejudice: A Black view of the white worker, by J. Boggs. White against white: the enduring ethnic conflict, by A.M. Greeley. The fear of equality, by R.E. Lane. Work life and political attitudes: a study of manual workers, by L. Lipsitz. Labor: the anti-youth establishment, by L. Carliner. The exploitation of women workers, by J. Jordan. Respectable bigotry, by M. Lerner.--Who speaks for the white majority? The politics of change: the Wallace whitelash, by S. Lipset and E. Raab. Workers and liberals: closing the gap, by B. Sexton. Can the American worker be radicalized? By K. Moody. Is there a new Republican majority? By A. Hacker. Sharing the burden of change, by S.M. Miller.--Afterword, by L.K. Howe.--Bibliography (p. [297]-298).

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