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Youth, University, and Democracy

Gottfried Dietze

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Originally published in 1970. Youth, University, and Democracy examines whether Weber's approach has a greater humanizing value than has been conceded by his opponents and will attempt to demonstrate the humanistic mission of the University and its usefulness for youth and democracy.

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128
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9781421436821
Table of Contents

Preface
Youth, University, and Democracy: Introduction
Part I. Youth: Search and Confusion
Part II. University: Research and Clarity
Part III. Youth in University: From Confusion to Clarity
Part IV

Preface
Youth, University, and Democracy: Introduction
Part I. Youth: Search and Confusion
Part II. University: Research and Clarity
Part III. Youth in University: From Confusion to Clarity
Part IV. Youth Against University: From Clarity to Confusion
Democracy, University, and Youth: Conclusion

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Gottfried Dietze, Ph.D.

Gottfried Dietze is professor of political science at the Johns Hopkins University. He is the author of Youth, University, and Democracy, America's Political Dilemma: From Limited to Unlimited Democracy, In Defense of Property, and American Democracy: Aspects of Practical Liberalism, the latter available from Johns Hopkins.