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Craig Calhoun"During the 1950s [an] extraordinary group of intellectuals entered social science and helped to remake both it and the larger social world. Though they were exceptional individuals, they were also the products of impressive social institutions. One of the most important was Antioch College, and it is on this formative environment for courage as well as creativity that the scholars writing in this book reflect. Their essays are telling and stimulating. They should be assigned to all undergraduates considering careers in social science, and they will repay the attention of graduate students and professors."
—President, Social Science Research Council