[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
David D. McClelland, Roots of Consciousness (New York, 1964), 86.
McClelland
86
Roots of Consciousness
1964
2
Leonard Krieger, "The Uses of Marx for History," Political Science Quarterly, LXXV (1960), 357.10.2307/2146388
357
3
Robert C. Tucker, Philosophy and Myth in Karl Marx (2nd ed., New York, 1972), 26.
Tucker
2
26
Philosophy and Myth in Karl Marx
1972
4
George Lichtheim, Marxism: An Historical and Critical Study (2nd ed., New York, 1964), 236.
Lichtheim
2
236
Marxism: An Historical and Critical Study
1964
5
Tucker, Philosophy and Myth, 85.
Tucker
85
Philosophy and Myth
6
Lichtheim, Marxism, 245
Lichtheim
245
Marxism
7
Martin Jay, The Dialectical Imagination (Boston, 1972)
Jay
The Dialectical Imagination
1972
8
Herbert Marcuse, Reason and Revolution: Hegel and the Rise of Social Theory (Boston, 1960)
Marcuse
Reason and Revolution: Hegel and the Rise of Social Theory
1960
9
Lichtheim, Marxism, 247.
Lichtheim
247
Marxism
10
Edward P. Thompson, The Making of the English Working Class (London, 1961), 9.
Thompson
9
The Making of the English Working Class
1961
11
Ibid.
12
Ibid, 211.
13
R. M. Hartwell and R. Currie, "The Making of the English Working Class?," in R. M. Hartwell, The Industrial Revolution and Economic Growth (London, 1971), 361.
Hartwell
The Making of the English Working Class?
361
The Industrial Revolution and Economic Growth
1971
14
Ibid., 365.
15
Ibid., 366.
16
R. M. Hartwell, "The Rising Standard of Living in England, 1800-1850," and "The Standard of Living: An Answer to the Pessimists," in ibid.
"The Standard of Living During the Industrial Revolution: A Discussion," Economic History Re- view, 2nd Series, XVI (1963), 135-146
2nd Series
135
XVI
Economic History Review
1963
17
Tom Narin, "The English Working Class," in Ideology in Social Science: Readings in Critical Social Theory, ed. Robin Blackburn (Bungay, Suffolk, 1972), 187-206
Narin
The English Working Class
187
Ideology in Social Science: Readings in Critical Social Theory
1972
18
R. F. Harrod, The Life of John Maynard Keynes (London ,1952), 327.
Harrod
327
The Life of John Maynard Keynes
1952
19
Friedrich Engels, The Condition of the Working Class in England, trans. W. O. Henderson and W. H. Chaloner (Palo Alto, Calif., 1958)
Engels
The Condition of the Working Class in England
1958
21
Alexander Gerschenkron, Economic Backwardness in Historical Perspective (New York, 1965), 106.
Gerschenkron
106
Economic Backwardness in Historical Perspective
1965
22
Ibid., 93
23
Karl Marx, Eighteen Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte (New York, International Publishers Co. reprint, 1963), 15.
Marx
15
Eighteen Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte
1963
24
Fred Weinstein and Gerald M. Platt, Psychoanalytic Sociology: An Essay on the Interpretation of Historical Data and the Phenomena of Collective Behavior (Balti- more, 1973), 26.
Weinstein
26
Psychoanalytic Sociology: An Essay on the Interpretation of Historical Data and the Phenomena of Collective Behavior
1973
25
Fred Weinstein and Gerald M. Platt, The Wish to Be Free, Society, Psyche, and Value Change (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1969), 5
Weinstein
5
The Wish to Be Free, Society, Psyche, and Value Change
1969
26
Ibid., 27.
27
Talcott Parsons, "Some Comments on the Sociology of Marx," in his Sociological Theory and Modern Society (New York, 1967), 115.
Parsons
Some Comments on the Sociology of Marx
115
Sociological Theory and Modern Society
1967
28
Ibid.
29
Ibid., 113.
30
Parsons, "Some Comments on the Sociology of Marx," 135.
Parsons
135
Some Comments on the Sociology of Marx
31
Juergen Habermas, "Technology and Science as 'Ideology,'" in his Towards a Rational Society (Boston, 1971), 100.
Habermas
Technology and Science as 'Ideology
100
Towards a Rational Society
1971
32
Blackburn, ed., Ideology in Social Science, Readings in Critical Social Theory
Hans Magnus Enzens- berger and Karl Markus Michel, eds., "Das Elend mit der Psyche, II Psychoanalyse," Kursbuch, XXIX (1972)
Enzensberger
Das Elend mit der Psyche, II Psychoanalyse
XXIX
Kursbuch
1972
33
Weinstein and Platt observe, "stresses the primacy of normative standards in social process, a position which is based on some notion of society as a 'moral community' and in which the ultimate determinant of order is compliance." Psychoanalytic Sociology, 23
Weinstein
23
Psychoanalytic Sociology
34
French Legitimists and the Politics of Moral Order in the Early Third Republic (Princeton, N.J., 1974)
French Legitimists and the Politics of Moral Order in the Early Third Republic
1974
36
Krieger, "The Uses of Marx for History," 260.
Krieger
260
The Uses of Marx for History
37
Jacques Ellul, Technological Society (New York, 1964).
Ellul
Technological Society
1964
38
S. B. Saul, Studies in British Overseas Trade, 1870-1914 (Liverpool, 1960).
Saul
Studies in British Overseas Trade, 1870-1914
1960
40
George Haines IV, Essays on German Influence upon English Education and Science, 1850-1919 (New London, Conn., 1969)
Haines
Essays on German Influence upon English Education and Science, 1850-1919
1969
David Ward, "The Public Schools and Industry in Britain after 1870," Journal of Contemporary History, II (1967), 37-5210.2307/259806
37
Rupert Wilkinson, "Political Leadership and the Late Victorian Public School," British Journal of Sociology, XIII (1962), 320-33010.2307/587244
320
43
E. J. Hobsbawm, "Karl Marx's Contribution to Historiography," in Ideology in Social Science, 283.
Hobsbawm
283
Ideology in Social Science
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