by Everett R. Clinchy

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Development in the field of social science indicates the need for such centers, with colleges, schools, church groups and industrial plants as possible implement agencies. Science has offered conclusive proofs destroying grounds for prejudice, indicating that they are the outgrowth of the way we live. But there is need for more chance for scientific study of tensions, for teamwork, for research, for intergroup relations carried beyond school and job; for study of plant tensions and intergroup trends, of inconsistencies and insecurities. Such centers need university cooperation and community support. I'm afraid the case is presented in too abstract a form for this to serve as a catalytic agent. For the general public, it should be brought down to cases.

Pub Date: Aug. 23rd, 1949
Publisher: Farrar, Straus