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Social Class and Democratic Leadership

Social Class and Democratic Leadership
Essays in Honor of E. Digby Baltzell

Edited by Harold J. Bershady

316 pages | 6 x 9 | 1 illus.
Cloth 1989 | ISBN 9780812281583 | $79.95s | Outside the Americas £64.00
Ebook 2015 | ISBN 9781512800609 | Buy from Combined Academic Publishers £64.00
An Anniversary Collection volume

"Baltzell contributed mightily to the cross-pollination of sociology and history. . . . This is a stimulating volume."—Contemporary Sociology
Inspired by E. Digby Baltzell's extensive contributions to the field, this collection of essays addresses changing definitions of class, education for leadership, local tyrannies, the extent to which elites have risen into leadership positions, conditions of upper class maintenance, the contributions of the nation's cities to its democratic culture, the shape of democratic leadership, the role of political parties in fulfilling principles of equality and achievement, and the social (not merely political) meaning of democracy.

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