The Unadjusted Man: A New Hero for Americans: Reflections on the Difference Between Conforming and Conserving

By Peter Viereck

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"Peter Viereck, in a work on the intersection of history and literature, offers a critique of the American desire for normalcy that leads to a culture of the surrender of personality. In contrast to this voluntary thought control process is the unadjusted person. Cast in the mold of great individualists from Thomas More to Friedrich Nietzsche, such a person responds to fun "Peter Viereck, in a work on the intersection...

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1956 by Beacon Press
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English

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