American Social Structure: Historical Antecedents and Contemporary Analysis

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AMERICAN SOCIAL STRUCTURE

Historical Antecedents and Contemporary Analysis

DON MARTINDALE

University of Minnesota

New York

APPLETON-CENTURY-CROFTS, INC.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1- The American Character 3
  • Selected Readings 27
  • Part I- The Raw Materials Of American Society 29
  • 2- The American Population 31
  • Selected Readings 58
  • 3- American Natural Resources 60
  • Selected Readings 83
  • 4- America's Cultural Resources 84
  • Selected Readings 127
  • Part II- The Regional Community 129
  • 5- The Community 131
  • Selected Readings 149
  • 6- The Southern Regions Of the United States 151
  • Selected Bibliography 175
  • 7- The Northern And Western Regíons Of the Uníted States 177
  • Selected Bibliography 217
  • Part III- The Rural Community 219
  • 8- Historical Forms of The Rural Community 221
  • Selected Bibliography 240
  • 9- American Agriculture 242
  • Selected Bibliography 261
  • 10- The Rural Community In the United States 262
  • Selected Bibliography 300
  • Part Iv The Urban Community 303
  • II- Historical Forms of the City 305
  • Selected Bibliography 326
  • 12- Nationalism, Capitalism, And the City 328
  • Selected Bibliography 347
  • 13- The Urban Community In the United States 349
  • Selected Bibliography 373
  • Part V The Ethnic Community 375
  • 14- The Nature and Forms Of the Ethnic Community 377
  • 15- The Ethnic Community In the United States 397
  • Selected Bibliography 429
  • Part Vi The Status Community 433
  • 16- The Principles Of Social Stratification 435
  • Selected Bibliography 456
  • 17- The Status Community In the United States 458
  • Selected Bibliography 480
  • Summary and Conclusion 481
  • 18- The Synthesis Of National Society 483
  • Selected Bibliography 506
  • Index 509
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