It is the thesis of this book that in American society ideas are power, idea people are power people, idea people are both products of and producers of urbanized society, their roles are more normative than unique, and their social space is determined by both social organization and ideology. Accordingly, we conclude that the United States needs a manpower policy for idea people.
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