145 Canadian ambassador to the U.S.; and Wrong was educated in Europe, at elite schools in Canada, received a Ph.D. from Columbia, and served as a research assistant to George Kennan. Riesman's father had been a prominent physician and professor, and his mother an intellectual who led her class at Bryn Mawr. Riesman was educated at Harvard (college and law school), and served as a clerk for Justice Louis Brandeis. In contrast to his colleague Nathan Glazer whose contribution is titled, "From Socialism to Sociology", Riesman writes, "I did not know any Democrats, let alone Socialists or Communists, until I got to college" (p. 66). We sociologists are an interesting lot. Planning & Inst. Research Hudson County Community College Jersey City, New Jersey MARK OROMANER Gillean Bottomley, From Another Place: Migration and the Politics of Culture. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1992, pp. vii. 183, $ 44.95 (cloth). Gillean Bottomley effectively and accurately summarizes her study: "I endeavor to travel beyond and across some of the boundaries encountered in sociological work. By moving through large-scale studies of international migration and the historical con- struction of cultural differences, to an examination of the politics and poetics of ethnicity, through
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