Amitai Etzioni - Miscellaneous

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194. “Hoping for a Decisive Victory.” American Experiment Quarterly. Vol. 7, Num. 2,(Summer-Fall 2004) pp. 32-33.

193. “Socioeconomics.” The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Management. Business Ethics Vol. 2 (2005). pp. 489-491.

192. "Comment of Jonge and Young." Socio-Economic Review 3 (2005), p. 153-155.

191. "Balancing of Interests." Da Costo a Risorsa, p. 79-87. Roma, 2004.

190. "DNA Usages: High Risk - High Gain." The Institute of Contemporary Arts & The Welcome Trust, November, 2004.

189. "Pre-empting Nuclear Terrorism in a New Global Order." The Foreign Policy Centre, October 2004.

188. "Fair Society Poll." Conducted by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research, June/July 2004.

187. “Reliable Identification for Homeland Protection and Collateral Gains.” Creating a Trusted Network for Homeland Security. Markle Foundation Task Force on National Security in the Information Age. (December 2003), pp. 72-98 (Appendix A).

186. “Vicious Cycles of Action and Revenge.” “They Beat the Hell Out of Each Other Up There”: Civility in Minnesota (and National) Politics, American Experiment Quarterly, 6:4, (Winter 2003-04) p. 33-34.

185. "Diversity within Unity." Response to David Goodhart’s essay “Too Diverse?”, Prospect, Issue 96 on the internet, March 2004 ( (Also published: “Migrants Must Buy Into Basics.” The Guardian, (February 26, 2004) p. 25.)

184. "In welchem Verhältnis stehen Wahrheit und interreligiöser Dialog?" Transcript from Ökumenischer Kirchentag, May 31, 2003 in Berlin, p. 265-270.

183. “The EU as Test Case of Halfway Supranationality.” EUSA Review, 17:1, (Winter 2004).

182. “La caduta dell’impero Usa.” Interview, L’espresso, (December 18, 2003) p. 158-162.

181. “Response to Professor James A. Morone.” Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 26:2, (April 2001).

180. “Es gibt einen enormen spirituellen Hunger.” Interview, Frankfurter Rundschau, July 26, 2003.

179. “Die Neokonservativen sind auf dem Ruckzug.” Interview by Majid Sattar, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, September 26, 2003.

178. “Why the Civil Society Is Not Good Enough,” and “Postcriptum.” Christen Democratische Verkenningen, (Zomer 2003) p. 112-131.

177. “The Mysterious Missing Pages of the 9/11 Report.” Interview with Amitai Etzioni and Chris Burke given by Kathleen Hays, Valerie Morris, and Gerri Willis, “The Flipside,” CNNfn (July 24, 2003).

176. “Liberty vs. Security.” Interview with Amitai Etzioni and David Meserve given by Kathleen Hays, Valerie Morris, and Gerri Willis, “The Flipside,” CNNfn (May 6, 2003).

175. "Right vs. Wrong: The Bottom Line on Ethics." Interview with Vadim Liberman, Across the Board Magazine, July/August 2003, pp. 59-60.

174. Forward to Joseph Eaton, The Privacy Card: A Low-Cost Strategy to Combat Terrorism. Rowman & Littlefield, 2003.

173. "Safety Cards." The American Enterprise (June 2003) p. 7.

172. "The Importance of Belonging." The Boston Review. (December 2002/January 2003) p. 12.

171. "In and Out: There is No Ethical or Logical Reason to Stay in Iraq." National Review Online, (10/3/02).

170. Forward to Neil Gilbert, Transformation of the Welfare State: The Silent Surrender of Public Responsibility. Oxford University Press, 2002.

169. "Terrorists in Balance." (Commentary) GWMagazine. (Spring 2002), page 40.

168. "Prosperity is Their Task, Not Ours." (Commentary) The American Enterprise. (March 2002), page 11.

167. "Balancing Rights and Public Saftety." (Commentary) The Chronicle Review: The Chronicle of Higher Education. (September 28, 2001), page B13.

166. "Die Verantwortungsgesellschaft." (Interview) In welcher Gesellschaft leben wir eigentlich? Armin Pongs, Ed. Dilemma Verlag (2000), pages 29-51.

165. "Core institutions ... in the Age of Knowledge," American Libraries, (June/July 2000), pages 64-65.

164. "Friend or Foe?" World Link, (May/June 2000), page 14.

163. "Pluralism Within Unity," American Outlook, (Summer 1999), page 21.

162. "Cross-Cultural Judgments," Preventing the Clash of Civilizations: A Peace Strategy for the Twenty-First Century. Roman Herzog, Au., (edited by Henrik Schmiegelow), (New York, NY: St. Martin's Press) (May, 1999).

161. "Biometrics: Blessing or End of Anonymity?" Professional Ethics Report, (Winter 1999), pages 4-5.

160. "The Methodology of Socio-Economics," Journal of Socio-Economics, Vol. 27, No. 5, (1999), pages 539-549.

159. "The Jewish State: The Next Fifty Years," Azure, (Winter 1999), No.6, p. 80-83.

158. "Legacy Letters: Amitai Etzioni," Charting Your Course: A Life-long Guide to Health and Compassion, Sally Coleman and David S. Anderson (Editors), University of Notre Dame Press, (1998), p. 299.

157. "A Commentary on Khalil," De Economist, No. 146, (1998), pp. 603-606.

156. "Reply to Peter Taylor-Gooby," Journal of Economic Psychology, No.19, (1998), pp. 651-652.

155. "A Communitarian Perspective on Sustainable Communities," Community & Sustainable Development. Diane Warburton, Editor, (London, UK: Earthscan Publications Limited) (August 1998), pp 40-51.

154. "Conclusion: Community Justice in a Communitarian Perspective," Community Justice: An Emerging Field. David R. Karp, Au., (Series Editor, Amitai Etzioni), Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield) (June 1998), pp. 373-378.

153. "Foreword," National Parks, Rights and the Common Good. Francis N. Lovett, Au., (Series Editor, Amitai Etzioni), (Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield) (April 1998), pp. ix-xv.

152. "Repentance in Civic and Religious Traditions," (Ed) Amitai Etzioni, American Behavioral Scientist, Vol. 41, No. 6, (March 1998), pp. 764-867.

151. "Introduction. Civic Repentance," American Behavioral Scientist, Vol. 41, No. 6, (March 1998), pp. 764-767/

150. "Counting by Race," Soundings, City Journal, Winter (1998), p. 6-7.

149. "Comments on Presidential Address of Thomas J. Scheff to the PSA," Sociological Perspectives, Volume 40, No. 4, (1997), pp. 550-551.

148. "Managers in the Moral Dimension: What Etzioni Might Mean to Corporate Managers," Business Ethics Quarterly, (August 1993), pp. 169-70.

147. "Forward to Character Building Task Force Reports: For a Democratic and Civil Society," Social Studies Review, Journal of California Council for the Social Studies, (Fall/Winter 1997) Vol. 37, No. 1, pp. 91-92.

146. "The Virtues of Humiliation," The American Prospect, (November-December 1997), pp. 74-75.

145. "Amitai Etzioni," Civil Rights Journal, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, (Fall 1997), pp. 30-31.

144. "Communitarianism," Inclusion in The Blackwell Encyclopedia Dictionary of Business Ethics, (Eds.) Patricia H. Werhane and R. Edward Freeman, (1977), (Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers, Inc.), pp. 126-128.

143. "Im Winter einen Pullover abelhnen, weil es im Sommer warm war?" Blatter fur deutsche und internationale Politic, "Kommunittsmus und Wohlfahrtsstaat." (February 1997).

142. "Is The Public Trust Dead?", Advancing Philanthropy, (Summer 1997), pp. 8-13.

141. "Comments from Senior Advisory Council," Transcript, First Plenary Session, The National Commission on Civic Renewal, Washington, DC (January 25, 1997), pp. 97-101.

140. "Finding the Right Balance," Interview with Roy McCloughry, Third Way, (June 1997), p. 14-17.

139. "L'homme qui a inspire Blair," interview with Gilles Delafon, Le Journal du Dimanche, (May 11, 1997).

138. "A Good Society," Ltr to the Editor, National Review, April 7, 1997, p. 4.

137. "Im Winter einen Pullover ablehnen, weil es im Sommer warm was? Ein kommunitaristischer Versuch den Wohlfahrtsstaat neu zu definieren," Blatter fur deutsche und internationale Politic. (Journal for German and International Politics.) (February 1997), pp.232-43.

136. "La plataforma de la comunitat responsiva," Comunitat i nacio, Colleccio Temes Contemporanis, Angel Castineira (Ed.). (December 1995), pp. 91-108.

135. "To The Young Adults of Today," College Health Book Legacy Letter, University of Notre Dame Press. 11/27/96.

134. "The First Amendment is Not an Absolute, Even on the Internet," Law Matters. ABA Commission on Public Understanding About the Law, (Vol. 15, No. 1, Fall 1996), pp. 1, 6.

133. "Values," Looking Ahead, Wealth, Knowledge, Power, and Values" Facing the 21st Century, National Planning Association, Vol. XVII, No. 3, (December, 1995), pp. 29-31.

132. "Communitarian Principles," Corporate Diplomacy, Principled Leadership for the Global Community, The Center for Strategic & International Studies, Washington, DC, (October 25, 1994), pp. 9-12.

131. "Prendetevi una dose de comunitarismo." Gianni Perrelli, An Interview with Amitai Etzioni, L'Espresso, No. 41, (October 15, 1996), pp. 77-78.

130. "Die (Wieder-) Entdeckung des Gemeinwesens," Frankfurt Rundschau, (October 21, 1995), p. 14.

129. "The End of Diversity: Rights, Responsibility and the Communitarian Agenda," Critical Issues Lecture Series: The Wharton SEI Center for Advanced Studies in Management and the School of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania, (November 8, 1993), 18 pp.

128. "Community Ties." Robert McGarvey, An Interview with Amitai Etzioni in Marketplace/One on One, America West Airlines Magazine, (September 1995), pp. 54-58.

127. "Socially Responsible Communities." An Interview with Amitai Etzioni, Partnership Perspectives, Vol. 1, No. 3, (Summer 1994), pp. 3, 12.

126. "NAFTA: Looks Like Everyone's Fast and Loose with the Facts," letter to the Editors, Business Week, (October 11, 1993) pp. 11-12.

125. "Les Nouveaux Pionniers de l'Espirit de Communaute," La Croix, (December 18, 1994).

124. "Points For Discussion for the White House Conference on Character Building for a Democratic, Civil Society, July 29-30, 1994," Journal for a Just and Caring Education, Vol. 1, No. 2, (April 1995), pp. 223-231.

123. "Communitarianism," Changing Maps, Governing in a World of Rapid Change, Steven A. Rosell et al. (eds.) (Canada: Carleton University Press), (1995) pp. 201-204.

122. "Back to We: The Communitarian Nexux," Community Building: Renewing Spirit and Learning in Business John Renesch, Ed. New Leaders Press: San Francisco, (1995), pp.

121. "Ties That Bind," Letter to the Editor, The London Economist, (January 21, 1995), p. 8.

120. "Kommunitarismus-Antworten auf die Sinnkrise der neunziger Jahre?", Amitai Etzioni sprach Thomas Rust in Washington, Tages-Anzeiger, Dienstag, (December 6, 1994), p. 53.

119. "Notre societe est devenue irresponsable," interview with Bruno Giussani, L'Hebdo, 17 November 1994, pp. 13-15. Also published "La societa e una fabbrica de cinismo," Giovedi, (24 November 1994), p. 5.

118. "The Spirit of Community," Interview by Joe Flower, Healthcare Forum Journal, Vol. 37, No. 6, (November/December, 1994), pp. 62-66.

117. "Religion and Communitarianism," Letter to the Editor, First Things, October, 1994, p. 9.

116. "Are you a Communitarian Without Knowing It?" Interview by Warren Ross, World, Vol. VII, No. 5, (September/October 1994), pp. 13-17.

115. "Too Many Rights, Too Few Responsibilities," Creating the 21st Century: Rights, Responsibilities and Actions, Kenneth W. Hunter and Timothy C. Mack (Eds.) (New York: UNESCO Publishing), pp.

114. "Making America Better, A Hometown Responsibility," Interview in American Legion Magazine, (August 1994), pp. 22-23, 52-54.

113. "Le Paradigme de "Je" et du "Nous," Krisis, No. 16, (June 1994), pp. 55-61.

112. "Policy Forum: Criminogenics: How the Drug War Causes Crime," Cato Policy Report, Vol. XVI, No. 3, (May/June 1994), pp. 8-9.

111. "THE REFORM AGENDA. Welfare: The Massachusetts Model," The American Enterprise, Vol. 5, No. 4, (July/August 1994), p. 16.

110. Comments by Amitai Etzioni on the release of the "Responsive Communitarian Platform," (November 18, 1991), Russell Senate Office Building 325, Washington, DC.

109. "Comments on "Managers in the Moral Dimension: What Etzioni Might Mean to Corporate Managers," Business Ethics Quarterly, Vol. 3, Issue 2, (1993), pp. 169-170.

108. "The List," Style Section, The Washington Post, (January 1, 1994).

107. "Amitai Etzioni responds to Don Herzog," The Newsletter of PEGS, Vol. 3, No. 3, (Winter 1993), p. 26.

106. Future View. "Individual Rights and Community Responsibilities," The Futurist, (November-December 1993), p. 64.

105. "Normative-Affective Choices," Human Relations, Vol. 46, No. 9, (1993), pp.1053-1069.

104. "Why the Shortage of Black Professors. Strong Corrective Measures Needed," The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, (Autumn 1993), p. 28.

103 "Computers and Automation in the 21st Century," A Panel Discussion Upon the Occasion of the 40th Anniversary of the Publication of John Diebold's Book "Automation." World Future Society Conference on Creating the 21st Century, (June 29, 1993), pp. 14-18.

102. "On Transmitting Values: A Conversation with Amitai Etzioni," Diane Berreth and Marge Scherer, Educational Leadership, Vol. 51, No. 3, (November 1993), pp. 12-15.

101. "A Communitarian Position Paper on the Family," National Civic Review, Vol. 82, No. 1, (Winter 1993), pp. 25-35.

100. "Large-Scale Community Service: Two Considerations," Visions of Service, The Future of the National and Community Service Act, National Women's Law Center and American Yuth Policy Forum, (1993), p. 11.

99. "Balancing rights and responsibilities. A Communitarian's Critique of American Society," Interview with Robert M. Hardies, Ed. The Cornell Political Forum, Vol VII, No. 2, (December 1992), pp. 4-9.

98. "Do We Need a Global Bill of Duties?," Leaders, Vol. 16, No. 1, (January, February, March 1993), p. 72.

97. "The Community Need to Know: Comments on a Secrecy Case," Rosalie A. Kane & Arthur L. Caplan (Eds.), Ethical Conflicts in the Management of Home Care, Chapter 9, Springer Publishing Company, New York (1992), pp. 158-163.

96. "Foreward," Responsive Schools, Renewed Communitites, Clifford W. Cobb, Center for Self-Governance Press, San Francisco, CA, (1992) pp. xi-xiii.

95. "Foreword: The Socioeconomics of Markets," Making Markets An Interdisciplinary Perspective on Economic Exchange, Robin Cantor, Stuart Henry, and Steve Rayner (Eds.), Prepared under the Auspices of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Contributions in Economics and Economic History, No. 135, Greenwood Press, CT, (1992) pp. ix-xii.

94. "Foreward," Decision Making. Alternatives to Rational Choice Models, Mary Zey (Ed.), Sage Publications, CA, (1992), pp. viii-x.

93. "An Interface of Interest, Ernstthal Interviews Etzioni on Balancing Values," Association Management, (November 1991), pp. 41-44, 86.

92. "The Community In an Age of Individualism, An Interview with Amitai Etzioni" by Timothy Willard and Daniel M. Fields, The Futurist, (May-June 1991), pp. 35-39.

91. "Socio-Economics: A Budding Challenge," Introduction, Socio-Economics Toward a New Synthesis, Amitai Etzioni and Paul R. Lawrence (Eds.), M.E. Sharpe, Inc., NY, (1991), pp. 3-7.

90. "Elements of Socio-Economics," Syllabi, The Journal of Socio-Economics, Vol. 20, No. 2, Greenwich, CT: JAI Press Inc. (1991), pp. 193-199.

89. "The Crisis of the Commonwealth: The Future of Our Public Institutions," After the Cold War and the Gulf War: A New Movement in America? Penn Kemble (Ed.), New York, NY: Freedom House (1991), pp. 112-115.

88. Comment on "Politics and National Service: A Virus Attacks the Volunteer Sector," Bruce Chapman, National Service, Ed. William M. Evers, Stanford, CA: Hoover Press (1990), pp. 145-148.

87. "What Fascists?," The Responsive Community, Vol. 1, Issue 1, (Winter 1990/91), pp. 12-13.

86. "The Future Evolution of the Family," Health and the Family, Proceedings of a Conference, University of Cincinnati Medical Centre, (Cincinnati, Ohio 15-17 May 1978), Edited by Clive Wood, Academic Press, London (1979).

85. Forward: The Moral Equivalent of War? A Study of Non-Military Service in Nine Nations, Edited by Donald Eberly and Michael Sherraden, Greenwood Press (1990).

84. "Hot Shots, Amitai Etzioni, White-Collar Criminologist," Regardies, (April, 1990).

83. "Ethics Courses Help Prevent Moral Nomadism. Signal to Students," Ltr to the Editor, The New York Times, (December 9, 1990).

82. "Les socio-economistes contre le `cynisme americain'," Le Monde, (May 10, 1990).

81. Preface: "Toward A Deontological Socioeconomics," Social Economics: Retrospect and Prospect, Edited by Mark A. Lutz (1990).

80. "An Interview with Amitai Etzioni," Library Administration & Management, Vol 4, No. 1, (Winter 1990), pp. 5-7.

79. "A New Kind of Socioeconomics," Challenge, Vol 33, No. 1 (January/February 1990), pp. 57-64.

78. "Ethics Courses Help Prevent Moral Nomadism," New York Times, (December 9, 1989).

77. Keynote Address: "The I & We Paradigm," Symposium on State and Global Challenges of the 1990s, (October 6, 1988. Texas A & M).

76. "Another War?" Washington Post, (July 1, 1967).

75. "Do Good Ethics Ensure Good Profits," Business and Society Review, No. 70 (Summer 1989), pp. 4-6.

74. "Spare the Old, Save the Young," in Carol Levine's Taking Sides. Published also in The Nation, (June 11, 1988).

73. "When Will a Public Figure Repent as if He Meant It?", International Herald Tribune, May 29, 1988. Published also in The New York Times, (March 23, 1988).

72. "Americans are Only Interested in Getting Their Piece of the Cake," The Hartford Currant, May 11, 1988. Published also in The Miami Herald, (June 25, 1988).

71. "Why Don't Sinners Ever Say Sorry?" Star and Tribune, Minneapolis, Minnesota, April 3, 1988. Published also in The New York Times, (March 23, 1988).

70. "`Negative Wealth Effect': Pop Goes the Psychology," International Herald Tribune, January 4, 1988. Published also in The New York Times, (January 3, 1988).

69. "More Sociology, Society Interface," Footnotes, January 1988.

68. "The World Class University That Our City Has Become," Societal Issues, Scientific Viewpoints, 1987. Published also in The Washington Post (April 28, 1985).

67. "The Pols of Black Monday," The New York Times, October 25, 1987.

66. "Corporations on the Government Gravy Train," Business and Society Review, No. 62, Summer 1987, pp. 4-10.

65. "Reindustrialization of the United States of America," in F. Stevens Redburn, Terry F. Buss and Larry C. Ledebur (eds.) Revitalizing the U.S. Economy (New York: Praeger, 1986), pp. 6-27.

64. Preface to Thomas Baumgartner, Tom R. Burns, Philippe Deville, The Shaping of Socio-Economic Systems, Studies in Cybernetics: 11 (NY: Gordon and Breach, 1986), pp. ix-x.

63. "Citation Classics: Etzioni A. "A comparative analysis of complex organization: on power, involvement, and their correlates. Glencoe, IL: Free Press, 1961, 366 p." in Current Contents, Vol. 18, No. 6 (February 10, 1986), p. 16.

62. "Widespread Corruption," Business and Society Review, Fall 1985, No. 55, pp. 4-5.

61. "Political and Social Trends," Research Bulletin No. 189 ("The 1986 Economic Outlook: Comfortable but Frail") The Conference Board, 1985, pp. 5-6.

60. A note "Values" in Charles Peters and Phillip Keisling (eds.) A New Road for America: The Neoliberal Movement (Boston, London: Madison Books, 1985), pp. 86-88.

59. Forward to Ann Majchrzak, Methods for Policy Research, (Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, 1984) pp. 7-8.

58. "School Discipline and Achievement," an interview with Amitai Etzioni, Basic Education, Vol. 28, No. 7 (March 1984), pp. 3-6.

57. "U.S. Needs a Moral and Social Recovery'", an interview with Amitai Etzioni, U.S. News & World Report, (January 9, 1984), pp. 59-60.

56. "Strengthening the Partnership: Building Bridges Between Engineering and Manufacturing," Partners in Excellence, Proceedings Joint Engineering and Manufacturing Managers' Meeting, 1983. Westinghouse Engineering Advisory Council and Manufacturing Advisory Council.

55. Comments on "The Motivations for Space Society," in Allan A. Needell (ed.) The First 25 Years in Space (Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1983), pp. 33-36.

54. "It's Time To Make Responsibility the First R!," Instructor (No. 2, Vol. XCIII, (September 1983), pp. 78-79. (Interview)

53. Participant in "Industrial Policy A Round Table Discussion," Manhattan Report on Economic Policy, Vol. III, No. 2 (1983).

52. "An Interview with Amitai Etzioni--The Real Role of the Nation's Secondary Schools," NASSP Bulletin (National Association of Secondary School Principals), Vol. 65, No. 447 (October 1981), pp. 64-74.

51. "Interview: From Those Wonderful Folks Who Brought You Pearl Harbor," Creative Management (August 1981), pp. 1-2.

50. "Comment: Inflation Fever Cure," The New York Times (June 7, 1981).

49. "Interview: Reindustrialization: From the Source," The Collegiate Forum, (Spring 1981).

48. Interview. Educational Record, Vol. 62, No. 2 (Spring 1981).

47. "A Conversation with Amitai Etzioni," Public Productivity Review, Vol. V, No. 1 (March 1981), pp. 63-64.

46. Participant in the Donald S. MacNaughton Symposium on U.S. Economic Systems, January 14-15, 1981. Proceedings (Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University, 1981).

45. "The Reindustrialization of America," Design News, Vol. 36, No. 17 (September 8, 1980), pp. 42-47.

44. "A Conversation with Amitai Etzioni. Is the U.S. About to Become a Siesta Society?" U.S. News and World Report (May 5, 1980).

43. "The Choice: Re-Industrialize America or Have Quality Life," Brown Alumni Monthly (May 1980), pp. 38-39.

42. Editor, Policy Research (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1978) Vol. XXVI in K. Ishwaran (General ed.) International Studies in Sociology and Social Anthropology.

41. Preface to Steve Kelman, Improving Doctor Performance (New York: Human Science Press, 1979).

40. Editor, International Journal of Comparative Sociology (Leiden:E.J.Brill, 1978) Vol. XIX, Nos. 1-2. Also provided "Introduction: Policy Research," pp.1-6.

39. Interview with Amitai Etzioni in "The Study of Society: Social Organization," Chapter 1 of The Study of Society, Louise Weston, Senior Editor (Guilford, Conn.: The Dushkin Publishing Group, Inc., 1977), pp. 52-53.

38. Comments quoted in David Mathews (et al), The Changing Agenda for American Higher Education (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1977).

37. "What to Do About Nursing Homes: An Interview with Amitai Etzioni," Juris Doctor, Vol. 6, No. 8 (September 1976), pp. 26-31.

36. Intervening in the Soviet Union," Society, Vol. 13, No. 1 (November-December, 1975), pp. 39-40.

35. "Evaluation Studies Required," New Scientist, Vol. 65, No. 942 (March 27, 1975), p. 763.

34. Foreword to Edward W. Lehman, Coordinating Health Care: Explorations in Interorganizational Relations (Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, 1975).

33. Comment on "B.F. Goodrich and Vinyl Chloride: A Study in Corporate Reaction," Business and Society Review, No. 12 (Winter 1974-75), p. 47.

32. Remarks about "The Quality of Life," in Problems of Journalism (Proceedings of the 1974 Convention), (American Society of Newspaper Editors, 1974), pp. 157-161.

31. "Reply to Position Paper on 'Human Services,'" Evaluation Special Issue (Spring 1974), pp. 7-8.

30. Commentary on a Position Paper "Human Services: Should We, Can We Make Them Available to Everyone?" by Laurence E. Lynn, Jr. and Susan Salasin, Evaluation (Spring 1974), pp. 7-8.

29. Foreword to Kenneth C. Lauden, Computers and Bureaucratic Reform (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1974).

28. "A Note: Selecting the Sex of One's Children," The Lancet, Vol. 1, No. 7863 (May 11, 1974), pp. 932-933.

27. Foreword to Esther Roditti Schachter, Enforcing Air Pollution Controls: Case Study of New York City (New York: Praeger, 1974).

26. "Looking Ahead: Interview," in The Study of Society (Guilford, Conn.: The Dushkin Publishing Co., 1974), pp. 611-613. Reprinted Second edition (1977), pp. 51-53.

25. "Genetic Engineering," Harper's, Vol. 247, No. 1483 (December 1973), p. 11.

24. Commentary: "What do you Foresee as the Future of Marriage and the Family?" Human Sexuality, Vol. VII, No. 10 (October, 1973), p. 96.

23. Foreword to Harry I. Greenfield, Hospital Efficiency and Public Policy (New York: Praeger, 1973).

22. "Commentary" to papers of Grabow and Heskin, American Institute of Planning, AIP Journal (March 1973), p. 107.

21. "Between Philosophers and Kings," The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, Vol. 8, No. 3 (May-June 1972), pp. 368-370.

20. "Test for the Female Liberationist," The New York Times Magazine (February 27, 1972), p. 23.

19. "Publicization: The Transformation of Private Capital into Public Goods--A Basis for an Analytic Typology of Foundations," A Working Paper with Norman and Susan Fainstein (New York: Center for Policy Research, 1971).

18. "Home--A Buberian Play," Psychotherapy and Social Science Review, Vol. 5, No. 10 (September 17, 1971), pp. 26-27.

17. Foreword to David Rogers, The Management of Big Cities: Interest Groups and Social Change Strategies (Beverly Hills, Calif.: Sage Publications, 1971).

16. Discussion of Papers on Educational and Social Context, Proceedings of the 1970 Invitational Conference on Testing Problems. October 31, The New York Hilton (Princeton, N.J., Berkeley: Educational Testing Services, 1971), pp. 34-36.

15. Foreword to Esther Stanton, Clients Come Last: Volunteers and Welfare Organizations (Beverly Hills, California: Sage Publications, 1970).

14. Introduction to Social Profile: U.S.A. Today, from The New York Times (New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold Co., 1970).

13. "Simulating Social Conflict," (Project of the American Sociological Association and the National Science Foundation) with Yakov Epstein and Harvey Hornstein (1969). Reprinted in Episodes in Social Inquiry Series (Boston: Allyn and Bacon, Inc., 1971).

12. "An Active Scholar," Sociological Focus, Vol. 2, No. 4 (Summer 1969), pp. 27-30. (Commentary on William V. D'Antonio's Presidential Address).

11. "Beyond a Hollow Legitimacy: What?" The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, Vol. 5, No. 2 (April-June 1969), pp. 153-155. (Comments on Richard Flack's "Protest or Conform: Some Psychological Perspectives on Legitimacy.") Translated into German: Gruppendynamik, Vol. 3 (1970), pp. 313-314.

10. Introduction to International Systems and the Modernization of Societies, J.P. Nettl and Roland Robertson (New York: Basic Books, Inc., 1968).

9. "'Security and Public Opinion': Exchange with Sergei Mikhoyan," World Economic and International Relations (Moscow), Vol. 3 (1968), pp. 71-75, (in Russian).

8. Critical evaluation of Stanley Milgrim's study: "A Model of Significant Research," International Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. VI, No. 4 (October 1968), pp. 279-280.

7. "American Professors for Peace in the Middle East," Proceedings of the First Annual Conference: The Middle East in the Contemporary World (December 9-10, 1967), pp. 50-53.

6. "Comment: Exchange with Alton Frye," The Journal of Conflict Resolution, Vol. 10, No. 1 (March 1966), pp. 113-116.

5. "Threat and Obedience," Trans-Action, Vol. III, No. 2 (1966), p. 55.

4. A Communication, "Mathematics for Sociologists," American Sociological Review, Vol. 30, No. 6 (December 1965), pp. 943-945.

3. "Commentary on 'Psychiatric Aspects of the Prevention of Nuclear War,'" International Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 1, No. 3 (July 1965), pp. 405-408.

2. "Speaking of Books: Facts and Figures," Exchange with Paul Goodman, The New York Times Book Review, April 4, 1965.

1. "Thermonuclear War," Exchange with Robert Suggs, Columbia University Forum, Vol. V, No. 1 (Winter 1962), pp. 43-45.


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