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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A deductive study of the human psyche within all of us. The author leads the reader through the maze of human thought using detailed reports of the behavior of primitive cultures, well documented ... Read full review

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User Review  - HadriantheBlind - LibraryThing

Interesting view of the behavior of crowds and leaders and how they interact and grow. Uses many anthropoligical examples, although some links are more tenuous than others. Extremely interesting. Read full review

Contents

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

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