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The Resource American values : opposing viewpoints, Charles P. Cozic, book editor

American values : opposing viewpoints, Charles P. Cozic, book editor

Label
American values : opposing viewpoints
Title
American values
Title remainder
opposing viewpoints
Statement of responsibility
Charles P. Cozic, book editor
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Various authors debate what Americans value in politics, society, business, and religion; what patriotism is; and how to improve our culture. Includes critical thinking skills activities
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
170/.973
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
BD435
LC item number
.A56 1995
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1957-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Cozic, Charles P.
Series statement
Opposing viewpoints series
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Life
  • Values
  • United States
Label
American values : opposing viewpoints, Charles P. Cozic, book editor
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Minorities and the poor should value personal responsibility
  • Clarence Thomas
  • Minorities and the poor do not lack a sense of personal responsibility
  • David Futrelle
  • America has lost its work ethic
  • Charles Colson & Jack Eckerd
  • America has not lost its work ethic
  • Michael Kinsley
  • Baby boomers' values may be detrimental
  • Warren P. Mass
  • Conservatism is ideal for America
  • Baby boomers have rewarding values
  • Wade Clark Roof
  • Public schools have subverted religious values
  • Robert W. Lee
  • Public schools are not hostile to religion
  • James E. Wood Jr.
  • Moral conduct is in decline
  • William J. Bennett
  • Moral conduct is not in decline
  • Jeffrey W. Haynes & Seymour Martin Lipset
  • Irving Kristol
  • America faces a civilizational crisis
  • Dwight D. Murphey
  • America's crises are often exaggerated
  • Barbara Ehrenreich & Todd Gitlin
  • The American dream is dying
  • Katherine S. Newman
  • The American dream is alive
  • Kenneth Silber
  • The dark side of popular culture
  • Nina J. Easton
  • Liberalism is ideal for America
  • The bright side of popular culture
  • The American Enterprise
  • Family values should be the focus of attention
  • Cal Thomas
  • Family values should not be the focus of attention
  • Stephanie Coontz
  • Traditional families are best
  • Barbara Dafoe Whitehead
  • Traditional families may not be best
  • Katha Pollitt
  • Gary Doore
  • Judeo-Christian values make America great
  • William P. Barr
  • Judeo-Christian values deny freedom in America
  • Gore Vidal
  • The religious right's influence is good for America
  • Fred Barnes
  • The religious right's influence is bad for America
  • John B. Judis
  • Capitalism drives America's success
  • Malcolm S. Forbes Jr.
  • Individualism strengthens America
  • Capitalism is driving America's decline
  • New Unionist
  • Americans consume too much
  • Alan Thein Durning
  • Americans are becoming thrifty
  • Walecia Konrad
  • The 1980s caused cultural and econommic decline
  • Cornel West
  • The 1980s generated economic prosperity
  • David Kelley & Jeff Scott
  • Nelson Hultberg
  • Communitarianism strengthens America
  • Amitai Etzioni
Control code
ocm31606261
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
307 p.
Isbn
9781565102415
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
94041912
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 387904
  • (OCoLC)31606261
Label
American values : opposing viewpoints, Charles P. Cozic, book editor
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Minorities and the poor should value personal responsibility
  • Clarence Thomas
  • Minorities and the poor do not lack a sense of personal responsibility
  • David Futrelle
  • America has lost its work ethic
  • Charles Colson & Jack Eckerd
  • America has not lost its work ethic
  • Michael Kinsley
  • Baby boomers' values may be detrimental
  • Warren P. Mass
  • Conservatism is ideal for America
  • Baby boomers have rewarding values
  • Wade Clark Roof
  • Public schools have subverted religious values
  • Robert W. Lee
  • Public schools are not hostile to religion
  • James E. Wood Jr.
  • Moral conduct is in decline
  • William J. Bennett
  • Moral conduct is not in decline
  • Jeffrey W. Haynes & Seymour Martin Lipset
  • Irving Kristol
  • America faces a civilizational crisis
  • Dwight D. Murphey
  • America's crises are often exaggerated
  • Barbara Ehrenreich & Todd Gitlin
  • The American dream is dying
  • Katherine S. Newman
  • The American dream is alive
  • Kenneth Silber
  • The dark side of popular culture
  • Nina J. Easton
  • Liberalism is ideal for America
  • The bright side of popular culture
  • The American Enterprise
  • Family values should be the focus of attention
  • Cal Thomas
  • Family values should not be the focus of attention
  • Stephanie Coontz
  • Traditional families are best
  • Barbara Dafoe Whitehead
  • Traditional families may not be best
  • Katha Pollitt
  • Gary Doore
  • Judeo-Christian values make America great
  • William P. Barr
  • Judeo-Christian values deny freedom in America
  • Gore Vidal
  • The religious right's influence is good for America
  • Fred Barnes
  • The religious right's influence is bad for America
  • John B. Judis
  • Capitalism drives America's success
  • Malcolm S. Forbes Jr.
  • Individualism strengthens America
  • Capitalism is driving America's decline
  • New Unionist
  • Americans consume too much
  • Alan Thein Durning
  • Americans are becoming thrifty
  • Walecia Konrad
  • The 1980s caused cultural and econommic decline
  • Cornel West
  • The 1980s generated economic prosperity
  • David Kelley & Jeff Scott
  • Nelson Hultberg
  • Communitarianism strengthens America
  • Amitai Etzioni
Control code
ocm31606261
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
307 p.
Isbn
9781565102415
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
94041912
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 387904
  • (OCoLC)31606261

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