Socialism, Democracy and Reform: A Letter and an Article by George H. Mead
This article is intended to serve two purposes by presenting a selection from George Herbert Mead's correspondence with Henry Northrup Castle and his little-known series of five articles on the issues of war and democracy. This presentation should renew an interest in Mead's political writings and reform activities. It should also draw the attention of sociologists to the substantial body of unexplored, unpublished writings, which will hopefully continue to be investigated
Politics and Social Change | Social Psychology and Interaction | Sociology
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Shalin, D. N.
Socialism, Democracy and Reform: A Letter and an Article by George H. Mead.
Symbolic Interaction, 10(2),