Power, Politics, and People: The Collected Essays of C. Wright Mills
Taken together, these forty-one essays emphasize four aspects of Mills' thought: first, the concept of power; second, of politics; third, of people; and finally, his contribution to the sociology of knowledge.
An Introduction to C Wright Mills
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