Tag Archives: Daniel Patrick Moynihan

The Social Crisis of the Working Class

Charles Murray of the American Enterprise Institute in Washington remains the single most significant sociologist since the passing of Seymour Martin Lipset.  His latest is titled ‘The State of White America’.  This is a startling account of reversal of America’s … Continue reading

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Daniel Patrick Moynihan: The Last Great American Sociologist

How else to say it:  Sociology as a discipline has long been dead. The longest and most successful American sociologist, the one with the greatest impact was Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan.  Serving in four Presidential Cabinets (Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon and … Continue reading

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