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Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Charles C. Moskos  

Pen Name: None

Genre:

Born: Chicago, Illinois

Died: May 31, 2008


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Illinois Connection

Born in Chicago, Charles Moskos returned home in 1966 and worked as a professor at Northwestern University for the rest of his career.

Biographical and Professional Information

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Published Works

  • Sociology of Political Independence, Schenkman, 1967
  • The American Enlisted Man, Basic Books, 1970
  • Peace Soldiers, University of Chicago Press, 1976
  • Greek Americans, Struggle and Success, Prentice-Hall, 1980
  • A Call to Civic Service, Free Press, 1988
  • Soldiers and Sociology, Army Research Institute, 1988
  • All That We Can Be (with John S. Butler), Basic Books, 1996
  • The Media and The Military in Peace And Humanitarian Operations, 2000


Selected Titles At Your Library

Peace soldiers :
ISBN: 0226542254. OCLC Number:

University of Chicago Press,. Chicago :. 1976.

Greek Americans :
ISBN: 0887387780. OCLC Number:

Transaction Publishers,. New Brunswick, N.J., U.S.A. :. [1989]

A call to civic service :
ISBN: 0029219914. OCLC Number:

Free Press ;. New York :. ©1988.

All that we can be :
ISBN: 0465001084. OCLC Number:

Basic Books,. New York, NY :. ©1996.

When one thinks of those institutions in America that have been at the vanguard of social change, the U.S. Army does not spring readily to mind. And yet, over the past two decades, the Army has become the most successfully integrated institution in America - from the ranks of the lowliest privates to the highest level of command. What has made the Army's experience so striking is that this success was achieved without resort to numerical quotas or manipulation of test scores, nor has the promotion of black officers engendered the racial resentment that has become all too common in business, government, and higher education.