This highly acclaimed study of the social sciences critiques the ascendant "schools" of sociology in this country and reassesses the tradition of classic sociological analysis.
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The late C. Wright Mills, Professor of Sociology at Columbia University, was a leading critic of modern American civilization.
"A classic I plan to use in all my general sociology courses."--Caroline Fielding, Lake Sumter Community College
"Performs an essential task in the service of intellectual lucidity and truth."--American Scholar
"A challenge, a stimulus, and incitement to students everywhere to look at sociology with a fresh and clearer vision."--Times Literary Supplement (London)
"Good for grad-level introduction to the meaning of social science."--J.D. Peters, University of Iowa
"A very fine book that will be recommended to students as a supplemental reading."--George Cucore, Cheyney State College
"Remains as timely as when it was first published."--Joseph A. Scimacaw, George Mason University
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Descripción Penguin, 1970. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M0140211306