Notes
Introduction
1. Landy, The Underground Dictionary, 54, 52.
2. See Binkley, “The Seers of Menlo Park”; Diehl, “Revitalizing the National Mainstream,”
36–38; and P. Holt, “Some New Directions in the Total Mix,” 49–51.
3. Patricia Holt, telephone interview with the author, January 29, 2004.
4. See Bolles, What Color Is Your Parachute?; Bay Laurel, Living on the Earth; De Moll, Rain-
book; Katzen, The Moosewood Cookbook; Boston Woman’s Health Book Collective, Our
Bodies, Ourselves; Downing, The Massage Book, Pacific Domes, Domebook I and Dome-
book II; Dass, Be Here Now; Brown, The Tassajara Bread Book.
5. Diehl, “Revitalizing the National Mainstream,” 38.
6. See Heelas, Lash, and Morris, Detraditionalization; Beck, Giddens, and Lash, Reflexive
Modernization; Bauman, Liquid Modernity; Giddens, The Consequences of Modernity;
Berger, Homeless Mind.
7. See Bauman, Freedom.
8. Lovejoy, The Great Chain of Being.
9. See Giddens, Modernity and Self-Identity, 52–55.
10. See Bauman, Liquid Life, 80–82, and Work, Consumerism and the New Poor; Lash and
Urry, The End of Organized Capitalism, 1–17; Baumeister, Identity.
11. See Sennett, The Corrosion of Character.
12. Reisman, The Lonely Crowd, 16.
13. See Harvey, The Condition of Postmodernity, 189–201; Lash and Urry, The End of Organized
Capitalism, 285–300.
14. See Berman, All That Is Solid Melts into Air, 312–29.
15. Ibid.
16. Giddens, Modernity and Self-Identity, 36–42.
17. See Featherstone, “The Body in Consumer Culture,” 171.
18. Guidelines appear in B. Henderson, The Publish It Yourself Handbook.
19. See Bruce-Briggs, The New Class?; Burris, “The Discovery of the New Middle Class”; Mills,
White Collar; Vidich, The New Middle Classes; Whyte, The Organization Man.
20. Ehrenreich, Fear of Falling, 6.
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