Crowds and power

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Seabury Press, Incorporated, 1978 - Social Science - 495 pages
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Examines the psychology and various types of crowds, and their relationship with power, leadership, and political domination.

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User Review  - Abner Rosenweig - Goodreads

All I hear is praise for this book. It's good but I feel not as good as it should have been. Its rambling, discursive style is somewhat disorienting. There is no introduction and the structure of the ... Read full review

Review: Crowds and Power

User Review  - Brett Green - Goodreads

probably too rooted in a post wwII world view to have more theoretical staying power than something less contemporaneously minded, Canetti's ultimate point - all of his wonderful cited primary source ... Read full review

Contents

The Fear of being Touched
15
Persecution
22
The Attributes of the Crowd
29
Copyright

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