Toward Social Change, A Handbook for Those Who Will
by Buckhout, Robert, and 81 concerned Berkeley students
New York: Harper & Row, 1971. Softcover. Very Good. xiv, 480 pp, with b/w illustrations from photographs. Light handling wear with a few chips to edges, light toning to pages; else clean and sound. A handbook of essays on social change organized into 12 chapters on topics such as "Naderism", violence, alienation, alternate life styles, the drug scene, mental health, educational reform, and white students in the white community. (Inventory #: 1874)
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