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Joseph F. Kett • 10 Items / 3 Books, 7 Reviews
Rites of Passage (1977)
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    United States (Review)
    Rites of Passage, by Joseph F. Kett
    1. Rites of Passage by Joseph F. Kett
    The American Historical Review, April 1978, p. 520
  2. Current Books
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    Fellows' Choice (2 Reviews)
    Growing Old in America, by David Hackett Fischer
    1. Growing Old in America by David Hackett Fischer
    2. Rites of Passage by Joseph F. Kett
    The Wilson Quarterly, Winter 1978, p. 154
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    Briefly Noted (5 Reviews)
    General
    1. The Ottoman Centuries by Lord Kinross
    2. The Distant Drum by Philip Toynbee
    3. Mabel by Emily Hahn
    4. Rites of Passage by Joseph F. Kett
    5. Transatlantic Patterns by Martin B. Green
    The New Yorker, May 16, 1977, pp. 149-154
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    Behavior (6 Reviews)
    Man: The Fallen Ape, by Branko Bokun
    1. Man: The Fallen Ape by Branko Bokun
    2. Men and Women of the Corporation by Rosabeth Moss Kanter
    3. Rites of Passage by Joseph F. Kett
    4. Love and the American Delinquent by Steven L. Schlossman
    5. Adaptation to Life by George E. Vaillant
    6. The Broken Heart by James J. Lynch
    The New Republic, December 3, 1977, p. 29
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    Political Booknotes (6 Reviews)
    A Capitol Crime, by Lawrence Meyer
    1. A Capitol Crime by Lawrence Meyer
    2. The Challenge of Daycare by Sally A. Provence, Audrey Naylor, and June Patterson, ...
    3. Rites of Passage by Joseph F. Kett
    4. A Sexual Profile of Men in Power by Sam Janus, Barbara Bess, and Carol Saltus
    5. Stonewall by Richard Ben-Veniste and George Frampton
    6. Vested Interest by Charles B. Lipsen and Stephan Lesher
    The Washington Monthly, April 1977, pp. 62-66