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The youth revolution : the conflict of generations in modern history

Author: Anthony Esler
Publisher: Lexington, Mass. : Heath, [1974]
Series: Problems in European civilization.
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Esler, Anthony.
Youth revolution.
Lexington, Mass. : Heath, [1974]
(OCoLC)613804896
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Anthony Esler
ISBN: 0669909289 9780669909289
OCLC Number: 1194976
Description: xxiii, 173 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.
Contents: Conflict of opinion.--What is a generation? Ortega y Gasset, J. The importance of generationhood. Mannheim K. What is a social generation? Rintala, M. Generations in politics.--Generations in conflict: Treitschke, H. von. Focus on the movement, the German student unions. King, B. Focus on the youth leader, young Italy. Lutz, R.R. The generation as a social myth, the Viennese Academic Legion. Brower, D.R.A sociological analysis, fathers and sons in tsarist Russia. Loewenberg, P.A psychological approach, the Nazi generation. Samson, M. and Beke, L. Street people speak, the Hungarian revolt. Ehrenreich, B. and J.A radical analysis, the May days in Paris.--Generational revolt, a force in history: Feuer, L.S. Generational upheaval as a pathological factor in history. Moller, H. Rebellious youth as a force for change. Esler, A. After the youth revolution, what?
Series Title: Problems in European civilization.
Responsibility: edited and with an introd. by Anthony Esler.

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