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ISBN10: 0299094049 ISBN13: 9780299094041 DDC: 809 Edition: Paperback; 2004-11-28

Summary

Among established American institutions, few have been more successful or paradoxical than the Boy Scouts of America. David Macleod traces the social history of America in this scholarly account of the origins of the Boy Scouts and other character-building agencies, through which adults tried to restructure middle-class boyhood.Back in print; First paperback edition.

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  • Dewey Decimal: 809

Book Details

  • Physical Description: 6.0"x8.9"x1.0"; 1.3 lb; 424 pages
  • Edition Info: Paperback; 2004-11-28

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