What It Means to Be an American by Michael Walzer

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"Condensed to bumper-sticker pith, "What It Means to Be an American" asks everyone to "Honk If You Hate Us-Against-Them Thinking". Offering a fine antidote to exclusionist tripe about 'Americanism, ' Walzer grabs Pat Buchanan by the hyphens and doesn't let go".--"The Philadelphia Inquirer". Lightning Print On Demand Title
 

About Michael Walzer

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Michael Walzer is Professor of Social Science at the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton.
 
Published October 1, 1992 by Marsilio Pub. 124 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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Thoughtful and erudite, political scientist Walzer ( Just and Unjust Wars ) argues for a stronger, more engaged sense of citizenship in these four short previously published essays dating from 1974 to

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Political scientist Walzer examines the politics of difference in American life, arguing in support of a balance between plurality and unity. (Apr.)

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Political scientist Walzer examines the politics of difference in American life, arguing in support of a balance between plurality and unity. (Apr.)

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Thoughtful and erudite, political scientist Walzer ( Just and Unjust Wars ) argues for a stronger, more engaged sense of citizenship in these four short previously published essays dating from 1974 to 1990.

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