Social Advocacies Graduate-level Course - Discussion on "The Beast"; Assumptions About Human Nature/Social Improvement, and Need for Safeguards Tape 6

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Abstract/Description: A recording of Wolf Wolfensberger speaking at a Social Advocacies Graduate-level Course at Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York. There are two lectures on this recording, one titled "Discussion on "The Beast" (continued); Assumptions About Human Nature/Social Improvement, and Need for Safeguards" and the other titled "Who Needs Advocacy; What Advocacy Is; Start of Historical & Ideological Roots of Advocacy."

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