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Louis E. Lomax, author of 'The Negro Revolt,' proposes a radical education program that would remove children from the home, in the manner of the Israeli kibbutz, in order to relieve the scarring effects of the slum environment on children and to…

Louis E. Lomax, author of 'The Negro Revolt,' proposes a radical education program that would remove children from the home, in the manner of the Israeli kibbutz, in order to relieve the scarring effects of the slum environment on children and to…

Sociologist Philip Rieff argues that almost all sociological analysis of African Americans is a construction of white liberals who fail to take into account the idea that political changes are dependent upon cultural changes. With Harry S. Ashmore,…

Philosopher Richard Lichtman presents a new interpretation of Marx that is at odds with that usually held in both the Soviet Union and the United States. He explains Marx's theory of man as a productive social being who loses himself through the…

Philosopher Richard Lichtman presents a new interpretation of Marx that is at odds with that usually held in both the Soviet Union and the United States. He explains Marx's theory of man as a productive social being who loses himself through the…