"Still the best compilation of texts by Weber."--Peter Jelavich, University of Texas, Austin
"Wonderful....A classic for teaching modern EUuropean intellectual and cultural history."--Marjorie Beale, University of California
"An excellent collection of papers from Max Weber. This is must reading for students of sociology."--Sronja Szelenyi, Stanford University
"Still the single best book by and about Max Weber."--Terry Boswell, Emory University
"The writings selected are representative of a wide range of the author's exceedingly verstaile and comprehensive studies."--Talcott Parsons, Annals of the American Academy of Political Science
"A good and accessible compilation of Weber's major themes."--Laurel Kearns, Agnes Scott College
"A good, solid anthology; wide-ranging in its contents and should be standard in many sociology courses."--Gregory O'Dea, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
"Superb collection of key texts!"--Szonja Szelenyi, Stanford University --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
About the Author
C. Wright Mills was a maverick social scientist who taught in Copenhagen, London, and Mexico City in addition to the United States. His work has been translated into twenty-three languages. Kathryn Mills works for a book publisher in Boston. Pamela Mills teaches American literature and composition in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Dan Wakefield is the author "of New York in the Fifties "(1992), which is the basis for a documentary film, "Island in the City: The World of Spanish Harlem" (1959), and many other works, including the best-selling novels "Going All the Way "(1970) and "Selling Out "(1985). --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.