Volume 82, No. 1 (Spring 2015) Social Research at Eighty

Volume 82, No. 1 (Spring 2015) Social Research at Eighty

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SOCIAL RESEARCH AT EIGHTY
Social Research Volume 82, No. 1 (Spring 2015)
Ira Katznelson, Guest Editor
Arien Mack, Journal Editor

Table of Contents

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Arien Mack
Editor’s Introduction

Ira Katznelson
Guest Editor’s Introduction: Dark Reason

PART I. PURPOSE

Alvin Johnson
Foreword (February 1934)

Thomas Mann
The Living Spirit (September 1937)

Emil Lederer
The Search for Truth (September 1937)

Hans Speier
The Social Conditions of the Intellectual Exile (September 1937)

Harold Lasswell
The Influence of the Intellectual Exile (September 1937)

PART II. OPPRESSION

Paul Tillich
The Totalitarian State and the Claims of the Church (November 1934)

Leo Strauss
Persecution and the Art of Writing (November 1941)

Erich Kahler
Forms and Features of Anti-Judaism (November 1939)

Kurt Riezler
Will to Power: An Inquiry by Trial and Error (February 1942)

Siegfried Kracauer
The Conquest of Europe on the Screen: The Nazi Newsreel, 1939–1940 (September 1943)

PART III. LIBERAL REASON

Franz Boas
The Diffusion of Cultural Traits (September 1937)

Wesley C. Mitchell
Economics in a Unified World (February 1944)

A. A. Berle, Jr.
The Marshall Plan in the European Struggle (March 1948)

Clinton Rossiter
War, Depression, and the Presidency, 1933–1950 (December 1950)

Richard Hofstadter
From Calhoun to the Dixiecrats (June 1949)

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