Man and Society in Calamity

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Man and Society in Calamity

By Pitirim A. Sorokin
Dutton, 1943
352 pp. $3.00

In this sequel to his "Crisis of Our Age," a leading American sociologist explores man's unhappy history and seeks to reach generalizations concerning such recurrent calamities as war, revolution, famine and pestilence.

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