‘Sorokin Stages Final Lecture Today’ – Valley State Sundial 3-17-1960 pg 1 (2)
“Sorokin Stages Final Lecture Today: Famed Sociologist To Tell Of ‘Hopes For The Future’ ”
Valley State Sundial
March 17, 1960
The Valley State Sundial was the student newspaper of San Fernando Valley State College. The college adopted its s current name of California State University, Northridge in 1972.
Sorokin made a lecture tour in California in 1962. See his autobiography, A Long Journey, pg. 314.
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