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Call No.: HUM 295
Repository: Harvard University Archives
Creator: Bell, Daniel, 1919-2011
Title: Daniel Bell unpublished manuscripts
Date(s): [circa 1960s-1990]
Quantity: 0.50 cubic feet (1 extra wide document box)
Language of materials: English
Abstract: This collection includes Daniel Bell's unpublished manuscripts: The Exhausted Isle, Theories of Social Change : A Stocktaking, Socialism: a historical sketch, Perestroika; and The history of the idea of the future.
The Harvard University Archives also holds:
- Daniel Bell personal archive, 1903-2008 (Accession 18559)
- Daniel Bell letters to Deborah Brown, 1980-1992 (HUM 296)
Daniel Bell (1919-2011) was a sociologist and a professor at Harvard University from 1969 to 1990. He was the Henry Ford II Professor of the Social Sciences. Prior to entering academic life, Bell was a journalist and activist, serving as labor editor of Fortune magazine, managing editor of the socialist weekly the New Leader, and editor of Common Sense. He founded Public Interest with Irving Kristol.