Irving Louis Horowitz summarized much of Mills's ideas in the subtitle of his biography of him: An American Utopian.
Mill's most traditional sociological study is The Puerto Rican Journey.
The Protestant sects and the spirit of capitalism -- 13.
The social psychology of the world religions -- 12.
New York, Oxford University Press, 1946(OCo LC)579810890Online version: Weber, Max, 1864-1920. New York, Oxford University Press, 1946(OCo LC)604856989Introduction: The man and his work: 1.
Religious rejections of the world and their directions -- pt.
In 1890 Max Weber was in charge of a large Polish influx and migration study.
The end results of this study generated great attention and created a starting point for his career as a renown social scientist.
In 1882 Max Weber enrolled in the Heidelberg University.
Next to being a junior lawyer, he passed in 1886 the examination for Referendar (final legal exam).