Advanced Search

View All Items (7 total)

Psychiatrist Judd Marmor, of the University of California Los Angeles, discusses his belief that racial prejudice will be unlearned only when the perceptions people have hitherto held of one another are changed through their personal experiences, and…

Paul Jacobs, the Center's staff director of the Study of the Trade Union, speaks with Frank K. Kelly about his autobiography 'Is Curly Jewish?' and the rebellion against middle-class society that characterized him since his teenage years in New York.…

Paul Jacobs, the Center's staff director of the Study of the Trade Union, speaks with Frank K. Kelly about his autobiography 'Is Curly Jewish?' and the rebellion against middle-class society that characterized him since his teenage years in New York.…

Jules Feiffer, Paul Jacobs, and Edward P. Morgan defend their views in this discussion session with Center fellows and guests. Original title: "Don't Make Waves." June 19, 1965.

Jules Feiffer, Paul Jacobs, and Edward P.Morgan discuss the responsibility of the social critic in America in these excerpts from a two-day conference at the Center. Original title: "Don't Make Waves." June 18, 1965.

Jules Feiffer, Paul Jacobs, and Edward P. Morgan defend their views in this discussion session with Center fellows and guests. Original title: "Don't Make Waves." June 19, 1965.

Jules Feiffer, Paul Jacobs, and Edward P.Morgan discuss the responsibility of the social critic in America in these excerpts from a two-day conference at the Center. Original title: "Don't Make Waves." June 18, 1965.