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Representative Communities

by Richard Hellman - 1939

THIS summer, if you wish to escape from the incessant crises of der schone Adolf and his barrel-shaped friend Benito, and return to some Americana, try a leisurely reading of Five Cities. The author seems to have had some apparently quite sensible aims and preconceptions. First, he is interested in individual people—their emotions, motives, their impact on the social milieu. Second, he is interested in seeing what the United States is, how and by whom it was put together, and whither it is going.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 5 Number 46, 1939, p. 305-305
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 13965, Date Accessed: 10/1/2020 6:45:27 PM

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