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Lewis A. Coser

Lewis A. Coser

Labor Pains The Labor Revolution. by Gus Tyler. Viking. 279 pp. $6.50. In this book, Gus Tyler—the assistant president of the International Ladies Garment Workers’ Union and the director...

Richard Lowenthal, currently a visiting research fellow at Columbia University, was for many years a journalist who wrote from London on international affairs. Few men...

A Hard Look at Labor The State of the Unions. by Paul Jacobs. Atheneum. 303 pp. $5.00. Paul Jacobs is one of the handful of labor reporters who write...

Last spring, COMMENTARY invited Lewis A. Coser, Oscar Gass, Hans J. Morgenthau, and Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., to participate in a three-hour round-table discussion of America’s...

Visions and Revisions The Conservative Enemy: A Program for Radical Reform in the Sixties. by C. A. R. Crosland. Schocken Books. 251 pp. $435. C. A. R. Crosland, a...

New Frontiers The Politics of Hope. by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. Houghton Mifflin. 298 pp. $5.00. This collection of essays, written in the 1950’s and early 1960’s for a variety...

Democratic Processes The Paradoxes of Freedom. by Sidney Hook. University of California Press. 152pp. $4.95. The three interrelated chapters of this book elaborate a series of lectures which the...

“Influence” in New Haven Who Governs? Democracy and Power in an American City. by Robert A. Dahl. Yale University Press. 355 pp. $7.50. A few years ago, in a...

Prejudice and Education Education and Attitude Change—The Effect of Schooling on Prejudice Against Minority Groups. by Charles Herbert Stember. Institute Of Human Relations Press. 182 PP. $4.00. Most Americans...

From this side of the Iron Curtain, Communist bloc countries tend to look alike. We have all become accustomed to a model of Communism in...

The Writer vs. His Evidence Graduate Education in the United States. by Bernard Berelson. McGraw-Hill Book Co. 346 pp. $6.95.   This volume provides—as they say—a gold mine of information...

Faith, Hope, and the Facts: Three Views of Affluence America in the Sixties: The Economy and the Society. by the Editors of Fortune. Harper Torchbooks. 266 pp. $1.85. Beyond...