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|Whit Meynell was a sociologist; he had got into an intellectual muddle early on in |
life and never managed to get out. No one would publish his book, however
many times he rewrote it. He was a loving though extremely fretful and anxious
|People often start by falling in love, and they go on for years without realizing that |
that love must change into some other ... (1983) 17 He was a sociologist; he had
got into an intellectual muddle early on in life and never managed to get out.
|For sociologists of social problems, of course, the assorted jokes and put-downs |
can be understood as claims, as arguments ... characters "was a sociologist; he
had got into an intellectual muddle early on in life and never managed to get out.
|What 1 discovered was that New South Wales government statistician Timothy |
Coghlan had radically changed the definition of ... place had become the
received wisdom about women "never working" that had hovered over my early
life and career. ... out to be the architect of that policy, which one of his cohort of
Young Turks then brought into the federal civil service. ... a warmly worded letter
from the leading feminist of the period thanking him for all the work he had done
|Christine King Farris received B. A. in economics from Spelman College and |
King received B.A. in sociology from Morehouse College. Sister of ...
NATURALLY, growing up in the same household as Martin Luther King Jr.
afforded me rare insights into his life. ... Instead, he was an average and ordinary
man, called by a God, in whom he had deep and abiding faith, to perform .... their
parents began making excuses for why they couldn't come out when Martin
would go over to play.
|direct terms: "The world of modern intellectual life is in reality a white man's world. |
Few women and perhaps no blacks have ever entered this world in the fullest
sense. ... This is the early DuBois, still believing that America was capable of
overcoming its racism and that sociology could contribute importantly to this effort
. ... DuBois never won the recognition he deserved from sociology,25 and he left
academia for his more famous role as editor of the NAACP's magazine Crisis in
|or the other obscure heroes of tiny, pure sects, or maybe a life spent in the |
Catholic Worker House, working real but tiny miracles. ... But very few men and
women manage to live lives of true principle, and a lot of those who do become
prisoners of those principles. ... That is a religious feeling— and I had that— but
at the same time I wanted to reach out and make it appealing. ... He was willing to
follow this idea into even the murkiest waters: when Hubert Humphrey faced
|He had never thought he would be having more babies, figuring he was too old |
to start all that again. ... We hear more about the women, those brave late-thirties
and early-forties primigravidas. ... Mid-life. mothers. worry. about. their. career.
drive,. older. fathers. about. their. stamina. . ." they are getting on in years. ... the
city's most notorious rat races — revealing how they manage their new lives,
what they marvel at, what they worry about, and what they are finding out about
|In the past month — at least since he "won" the Democrats' debate in Houston — |
Dukakis has become the candidate of ... OUT. Losing. the. race. in. 1978. was. "
the. hardest. moment. in. my. life,". he. says. today. "I. had. blown. it. It. was. my ...
In fact, it is very strong as records go, perhaps even spectacular — and he got it
in Massachusetts, which is perceived as a ... social- service programs for the poor
acceptable to the middle class; his is a frugal, well-managed Yankee liberalism.
|Her other early pictures were good — Christopher Strong, with Hepburn as a |
sensitive aviatrix striding about in ... To the confusion of critics, however, "The
Lady of The Lake" has today surprised everyone by getting the right play at the
right ... He married one domineering character, sired six others (Son Tom died in
his teens) and withal manages to remain the .... was going to write stories and
novels but never plays, Marion got out of Bennington last June and forthwith into