Cosmopolitanism and solidarity : studies in ethnoracial, religious, and professional affiliation in the United States

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Full title: Cosmopolitanism and solidarity : studies in ethnoracial, religious, and professional affiliation in the United States / David A. Hollinger.
Main author: Hollinger, David A.
Corporate Author: ACLS Humanities E-Book Package.
, American Council of Learned Societies.
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Table of Contents:
  • Amalgamation and hypodescent : the question of ethnoracial mixture in the history of the United States
  • The one drop rule and the one hate rule
  • The historian's use of the United States and vice versa
  • Money and academic freedom a half-century after McCarthyism : universities amid the force fields of capital
  • Enough already : universities do not need more Christianity
  • The enlightenment and the genealogy of cultural conflict in the United States
  • Why are Jews preeminent in science and scholarship? the Veblen Thesis reconsidered
  • Rich, powerful, and smart : Jewish overrepresentation should be explained instead of avoided or mystified
  • Cultural relativism.