The Public and Its Problems

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Swallow Press, 1927 - Democracy - 236 pages
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Review: The Public and its Problems

User Review  - Liz - Goodreads

You know a book is good when your very first thought upon finishing it is "...damn." And that's "damn" pronounced as "dayum," as in "daaaaayum that's a good book." Read full review

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User Review  - Andrew - Goodreads

John Dewey rocks the house. He puts his finger on problems that (sadly, perhaps) we still have not managed to resolve, without caving in to pessimism or cynicism. For instance, He is thinking about prospects for "glocalization" well before Roland Robertson coined the term. Read full review

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