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Nathan Glazer (February 25, 1923 – January 19, 2019) was an American sociologist who taught at the University of California, Berkeley and for several decades at Harvard University.

He was often considered neoconservative in his thinking on domestic policy but remained a Democrat.

He is perhaps best known as the co-author of The Lonely Crowd (1950).

Books

  • The Lonely Crowd: A Study of the Changing American Character (with David Riesman and Reuel Denney) New Haven, Yale University Press 1950 Studies in national policy #3
  • Faces in the crowd; individual studies in character and politics, (with David Riesman) New Haven, Yale University Press, 1952 Studies in national policy #4
  • A new look at the Rosenberg-Sobell case. New York, Tamiment Institute 1953
  • American Judaism, Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1957
  • Studies in housing & minority groups (with Davis McEntire) Berkeley: University of California Press, 1960
  • The social basis of American communism New York, Harcourt, Brace 1961 (Communism in American life)
  • Negroes & Jews: the new challenge to pluralism New York : American Jewish Committee 1964
  • The Characteristics of American Jews New York, Jewish Education Committee Press 1965
  • The Many faces of anti-semitism New York, American Jewish Committee, Institute of Human Relations 1967
  • Soviet Jewry, 1969: [papers and presentations] New York; Academic Committee on Soviet Jewry, 1969
  • Beyond the Melting Pot: The Negroes, Puerto Ricans, Jews, Italians and Irish of New York City (with Daniel P. Moynihan), Cambridge, Massachusetts Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press, 1963, second expanded edition 1970
  • Remembering the Answers: Essays on the American Student Revolt, 1970
  • Affirmative Discrimination: Ethnic Inequality and Public Policy Cambridge, Massachusetts Harvard University Press, 1975
  • Ethnicity: Theory and Experience (ed., with Daniel P. Moynihan) Cambridge, Massachusetts Harvard University Press, 1975
  • Prejudice Cambridge, Massachusetts Harvard University Press, 1982
  • Ethnic Dilemmas, 1964–1982 Cambridge, Massachusetts Harvard University Press, 1985
  • The Limits of Social Policy Cambridge, Massachusetts Harvard University Press, 1988
  • We Are All Multiculturalists Now Cambridge, Massachusetts Harvard University Press, 1997
  • From a Cause to a Style: Modernist Architecture's Encounter with the American City, Princeton University Press, 2007

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