In the 1950 book The Lonely Crowd, David Riesman

In the 1950 book The Lonely Crowd, David Riesman

QUESTION 2 27-1: In the 1950 book The Lonely Crowd, David Riesman, Reuel Denney, and nathan Glazer concluded that most Americans: a.were "inner-directed" with a good sense of personal direction b.were "other-directed," depending on others to determine what to say and do c.were socially aware of problems such as nuelar war and poverty d.were uninformed about problems such as nuclear war and poverty 1.66 points QUESTION 3 28-30: In the election of 1968, Republican Richard M. Nixon a.won by a landslide, beating Hubert Humphrey everhwere but Massachusetts and Minnesota b.almost lost to Hubert Humphrey, who made several political blunders near the end of the campaign c.won in a three-way election, partly due to voter outrage against social excesses of the the time 1.66 points QUESTION 4 28-23: "Hippies: became the main followers of the counterculture lifestyle of the 1960s. Which is FALSE" Hippies a.showed contempt for the middle-class values of parents b.were opposed to accumulating more material possessions c.participated enthusiastically in college campus and national politics d.emphasized natural things, such as flowers, in docoration and adornment

 

 

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