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Abraham Went Out
A Biography of A. J. Muste
Robinson, Jo Ann Ooiman
 
New in Paperback!
336 pp • Fall 1982
paper 0-87722-521-4
EAN 978-0-87722-521-8
 


 

The Americanization of Sex
Schur, Edwin M.

Combining sociological, feminist, and Marxist perspectives to examine the specific features of American life that shape our sexual outlooks and behaviors

248 pp • Spring 1988
cloth 0-87722-521-4
EAN 978-0-87722-521-8
 


 

Animal Sacrifices
Religious Perspectives on the Use of Animals in Science

Regan, Tom, ed. and John Bowker

Presents the teachings of the major religions of the world concerning animals and their use in science

New in Paperback!
288 pp • Spring 1986
paper 0-87722-511-7
EAN 978-0-87722-511-9
 
  Art and Labor
Ruskin, Morris, and the Craftsman Ideal in America
Boris, Eileen
 
New in Paperback!
288 pp • Spring 1986
paper 0-87722-563-X
EAN 978-0-87722-563-8
 


 

The Boss
J. Edgar Hoover and the Great American Inquisition

Theoharis, Athan G., and John Stuart Cox

The definitive biography of J. Edgar Hoover with unprecedented accuracy and comprehensive evidence

504 pp • Spring 1988
cloth 0-87722-532-X
EAN 978-0-87722-532-4
 


 

Brains and People
An Essay on Mentality and Its Causal Conditions

Robinson, William S.

An original contribution to contemporary, analytic philosophy of mind

248 pp • Spring 1988
cloth 0-87722-548-6
EAN 978-0-87722-548-5
 


 

Chaos on the Shop Floor
A Worker's View of Quality, Productivity, and Management

Juravich, Tom
 
New in Paperback!
160 pp • Spring 1985
paper 0-87722-561-3
EAN 978-0-87722-561-4
 

  The Common Life
Ambiguity, Agreement, and the Structure of Morals
Zwiebach, Burton

Focuses on the construction and justification of three principles: freedom, equality, and civility

232 pp • Spring 1988
cloth 0-87722-530-3
EAN 978-0-87722-530-0
 


 

The Crisis of Growth Politics
Cleveland, Kucinich, and the Challenge of Urban Populism

Swanstrom, Todd

Breaks new ground in the study of community power

New in Paperback!
328 pp • Spring 1985
paper 0-87722-562-1
EAN 978-0-87722-562-1
 


 

Echoes from the Holocaust
Philosophical Reflections on a Dark Time

Rosenberg, Alan, and Gerald E. Myers, eds.

The first book to focus comprehensively on the profound issues and philosophical significance of the Holocaust

472 pp • Spring 1988
cloth 0-87722-539-7
EAN 978-0-87722-539-3
 


 

The Fragile Bridge
Paterson Silk Strike, 1913

Golin, Steve

A full-length study of the creative collaboration between workers and activists in the 1913 Paterson silk strike

328 pp • 6x9 • Spring 1988
cloth 0-87722-534-6
EAN 978-0-87722-534-8
 
  Group Health Association
A Portrait of a Health Maintenance Organization
Berkowitz, Edward D. and Wendy Wolff

Tracing the development of one of the nation's oldest and most influential HMOs

240 pp • 6x9 • Spring 1988
cloth 0-87722-552-4
EAN 978-0-87722-552-2
 


 

Harvey and Jessie
A Couple of Radicals

O’Connor, Jessie Lloyd, Harvey O’Connor, and Susan M. Bowler

An engaging memoir records the lives of two journalists chronicles twentieth-century American radicalism

278 pp • Spring 1988
cloth 0-87722-519-2
EAN 978-0-87722-519-5
 


 

Issei, Nisei, War Bride
Three Generations of Japanese American Women in Domestic Service

Glenn, Evelyn Nakano

A unique study of Japanese American women employed as domestic workers

New in Paperback!
290 pp • 5.5x8.25 • Spring 1986
paper 0-87722-564-8
EAN 978-0-87722-564-5
 


 

Making Time
Ethnographies of High-Technology Organizations

Dubinskas, Frank A., ed.

Four ethnographic studies of the social and cultural construction of time

238 pp • Spring 1988
cloth 0-87722-535-4
EAN 978-0-87722-535-5
 


 

Measuring the Efficiency of Public Programs
Costs and Benefits in Vocational Rehabilitation

Berkowitz, Monroe, ed.

Methods of evaluating the efficiency of public programs through a consideration of one program, Vocational Rehabilitation

256 pp • Spring 1988
cloth 0-87722-527-3
EAN 978-0-87722-527-0
 


 

A New Housing Policy for America
Recapturing the American Dream

Schwartz, David C., Richard C. Ferlauto, Daniel N. Hoffman, and Bill Bradley

A comprehensive, innovative, and largely self-financing plan to meet America’s housing needs in the 1990s

288 pp • Spring 1988
paper 0-87722-568-0
EAN 978-0-87722-568-3
cloth 0-87722-567-2
EAN 978-0-87722-567-6
 
  Paupers and Poor Relief in New York City and Its Rural Environs, 1700-1830
Cray, Robert E., Jr.

The first comarative approach to poverty and poor relief in early America

288 pp • Spring 1988
cloth 0-87722-542-7
EAN 978-0-87722-542-3
 


 

Philosophy Goes to School
Lipman, Matthew

Lipman examines the impact his program has had and may yet have on the process of education in philosophy

250 pp • Spring 1988
paper 0-87722-555-9
EAN 978-0-87722-555-3
cloth 0-87722-537-0
EAN 978-0-87722-537-9
 


 

Pluralism, Corporatism, and Confucianism
Political Association and Conflict Regulation in the United States, Europe, and Taiwan

Zeigler, Harmon

Defining substantial differences between individualist and collectivist societies

272 pp • Spring 1988
cloth 0-87722-529-X
EAN 978-0-87722-529-4
 


 

The Regulation of Sexuality
Experiences of Family Planning Workers

Joffe, Carole
 
New in Paperback!
208 pp • Fall 1987
paper 0-87722-510-9
EAN 978-0-87722-510-2
 


Remaking the Welfare State
Retrenchment and Social Policy in America and Europe

Brown, Michael K., ed.

A collection of essays explores the origins and consequences of retrenchment in European and American welfare states

320 pp • Spring 1988
cloth 0-87722-541-9
EAN 978-0-87722-541-6
 


 

Rethinking Rental Housing
Gilderbloom, John I., Richard P. Appelbaum, and Joe R. Feagin

Challenges conventional assumptions concerning the operation of housing markets

New in Paperback!
296 pp • Fall 1987
paper 0-87722-538-9
EAN 978-0-87722-538-6
 


 

Revelation in Religious Belief
Mavrodes, George I.

A philosophical exploration of three models of the concept of divine revelation

168 pp • Spring 1988
cloth 0-87722-545-1
EAN 978-0-87722-545-4
 


 

Revising State Theory
Essays in Politics and Postindustrialism

Block, Fred

An analysis of the relationship between business and the state

New in Paperback!
256 pp • Fall 1987
paper 0-87722-524-9
EAN 978-0-87722-524-9
 


 

A Revolution of the Heart
Essays on the Catholic Worker

Coy, Patrick G., ed. and Jim Douglass

Analyzing the significance of the experiment of voluntary poverty, gospel nonviolence, and solidarity with the poor

408 pp • Spring 1988
cloth 0-87722-531-1
EAN 978-0-87722-531-7
 


 

Toward the Modern Economy
Early Industry in Europe, 1500-1800

Gutmann, Myron P.

A social history of the pre-industrial revolution in early modern Europe

280 pp • Spring 1988
cloth 0-87722-547-8
EAN 978-0-87722-547-8
 


 

The Unity of Mistakes
A Phenomenological Interpretation of Medical Work

Paget, Marianne A.

Explores the subjective experience of physicians who inevitably make mistakes

206 pp • Spring 1988
cloth 0-87722-533-8
EAN 978-0-87722-533-1
 


 

William Henry Jackson and the Transformation of the American Landscape
Hales, Peter Beacon

An examination of the work of "the world's most famous landscape photographer"

368 pp • 11x8.5 • Spring 1988
cloth 0-87722-478-1
EAN 978-0-87722-478-5
 


Women and the Politics of Empowerment
Bookman, Ann and Sandra Morgen, eds.

Case studies of community and workplace organizing that redefine our notions of "the political"

New in Paperback!
352 pp • Spring 1987
paper 0-87722-525-7
EAN 978-0-87722-525-6
 


 

Work on the Waterfront
Worker Power than Technological Change in a West Coast Port

Finlay, William

Ethnographic account of how longshoremen in California have been affected by recent technological changes in the industry

224 pp • Spring 1988
cloth 0-87722-523-0
EAN 978-0-87722-523-2
 


 

Work Without End
Abandoning Shorter Hours for the Right to Work

Hunnicutt, Benjamin Kline

Tracing the political, intellectual, and social dialogues that changed the American concept of progress in terms of labor

416 pp • Spring 1988
cloth 0-87722-520-6
EAN 978-0-87722-520-1
 

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