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, Volume 23, Issue 3–4, pp 575–595 | Cite as

Paul Goodman

1911–72
  • Edgar Z. Friedenberg
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Works by Paul Goodman

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  2. —— 1959.The Empire City. Indianapolis, Bobs-Merrill.Google Scholar
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  6. —— 1963.The Society I Live in is Mine. New York, Horizon Press.Google Scholar
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  8. —— 1965.People or Personnel: Decentralizing and the Mixed System. New York, Random House.Google Scholar
  9. —— 1966.Five Years: Thoughts During a Useless Time. New York, Brussel & Brussel. (Reprinted as a Vintage paperback in 1969).Google Scholar
  10. —— 1967.Like a Conquered Province: The Moral Ambiguity of America. New York, Random House. (The Massey Lectures.)Google Scholar
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