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Contents Acknowledgments Preface: Critical Theory and the United States Introduction: A Brief History of the Frankfurt School before Its Arrival in the United States Part I. Critical Theory on Morningside Heights 1. New York Transit: An Invitation to Columbia University 2. Failure and the Mythologies of Exile: The Frankfurt School's Years at Columbia University Part II. The Owl of Minerva Comes to New York 3. John Dewey's Pit Bull: Sidney Hook and the Confrontation between Pragmatism and Critical Theory 4. Crosstown Traffic: The New York Intellectuals Encounter Critical Theory Part III. Critical Theory and the Rise of Postwar Sociology 5. The Atlantic Divide: Building Bridges between Anglo-American Empiricism and Continental Social Theory 6. Assimilation and Acceptance: Studies in Prejudice Part IV. Message in a Bottle 7. Specters of Marx: The Frankfurt School in the Era of the New Left 8. Marcuse's Mentors: The American Counterculture and the Guru of the New Left Conclusion: The Frankfurt School's American Legacy Notes Index
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Frankfurt school of sociology -- History.