Springfield: Charles C Thomas, Publisher, 1972. xiii, 257p., third printing, blue cloth and lightly-soiled dj.
Much on minority relations. From p.52: "Types of minority groups" are analyzed as four kinds; "pluralistic.. they desire autonomy. They seek toleration and recognition by the majority. Assimilationists..have an end diametrically opposed to that of the pluralistic group, in that they wish to lose their identiy by becoming a part of the larger society. Secessionists.. seek political and cultural independence.. strive to form new goverments, such as the Zionists.. Militant (dominant).. this group chooses to retain its identity forcefully.. to dominate or control others. The Nazis and Black Muslims are typical.."