The Epigone's Embrace: Irving Louis Horowitz on C. Wright Mills

Summers, John H.
March 2007
Minnesota Review (Minnesota Review);Spring2007, Issue 68, p107
Academic Journal
This article discusses author Irving Louis Horowitz's works about sociologist C. Wright Mills. Horowitz edited and made the opening line of the book "Power, Politics and People: The Collected Essays of C. Wright Mills." He created the original idea for a commemorative volume as "The New Sociology: Essays in Social Science and Social Theory, in Honor of C. Wright Mills." He also edited and published Mill's dissertation as "Sociology and Pragmatism: The Higher Learning in America."


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