Once More Unto the Breach, Dear Friends
Incomplete Theory and Complete Bibliography
Candor, breadth, judiciousness-all these are attributes Irving Louis Horowitz possesses as a scholar. Under his leadership there is no academic publication from which I have learned as much as Transaction-Society."David Riesman, Harvard University "We are all happy benefi ciaries of Horowitz's acutely perceptive and (often) devas-tatingly plain-spoken self as sociologist and sage, broad-gauged scholar, dedicated teacher, tough-minded editor and publisher with an ingrained sense of fairness."Robert K. Merton, Columbia University.
Table of Contents
Preface, 1 Predicting and Remembering, 2 Scholarly Publishing as the Word Made Flesh, 3 Three Worlds of Development: 35 Years Later, 4 Editing Society: Final Thoughts, Last Hurrahs, 5 Social Science as a Moral Calling, 6 Gauging Genocide, 7 Cuban Communism and Cuban Studies, 8 The Logic of Transaction, 9 A Prologue to Academic Freedom, 10 The Aims and Principles of Social Research, 11 Sociology and the Common Culture, 12 Facts, Values, and Science, Bibliography: 1951-2004
Irving Louis Horowitz, Andrew McIntosh, Patrick Ivins, Deborah Berger