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General Information:
Full Name: Nathan Glazer
Biography:
(1923-2019) Sociologist, author, editor. Nathan Glazer was born in New York City and died in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Author's Timeline:
1923 (Unknown) County
Nathan Glazer was born in New York City on February 25, 1923. 
2019 (Unknown) County
Nathan Glazer died at his home in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on January 19, 2019. 
1950 (Unknown) County
The Lonely Crowd
(Pub: Yale University Press ISBN: )
Nonfiction written with David Riesman and Reuel Denney. 
1963 (Unknown) County
Beyond the Melting Pot
(Pub: The MIT Press ISBN: )
Nonfiction written with Daniel Patrick Moynihan. 
1997 (Unknown) County
We Are All Multiculturalists Now
(Pub: Harvard University Press ISBN: 0674948513 / 978-0674948518)
Nonfiction. 
2007 (Unknown) County
From A Cause To A Style: Modernist Architecture's Encounter With The American City
(Pub: Princeton University Press ISBN: 0691129576 / 978-0691129570)
Nonfiction. 
1944 New York County
Mr. Glazer studied at City College in Manhattan, New York, from 1940 until his graduation in 1944 
1975 (Unknown) County
Affirmative Discrimination
(Pub: Basic Books ISBN: 0465020763 / 978-0465020768)
Nonfiction. 
1988 (Unknown) County
The Limits Of Social Policy
(Pub: Harvard University Press ISBN: 0674534433 / 978-0674534438)
Nonfiction. 
1957 (Unknown) County
American Judaism
(Pub: Chicago: University of Chicago Press ISBN: 0226298361 / 978-0226298368)
Nonfiction. 
1985 (Unknown) County
Ethnic Dilemmas, 1964-1982
(Pub: Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press ISBN: 0674268520 / 978-0674268524)
Nonfiction. 
1961 (Unknown) County
The Social Basis Of American Communism
(Pub: New York: Harcourt, Brace & World ISBN: )
Nonfiction. 
? New York County
As a child, Mr. Glazer lived in East Harlem, Manhattan, New York. 
? Bronx County
When Mr. Glazer was about 10 years old, his family moved to East Bronx, New York. 

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