Charles Horton Cooley Quote: “Our individual lives cannot, generally, be…”

Our individual lives cannot, generally, be works of art unless the social order is also.

Charles Horton Cooley


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Name: Charles Horton Cooley
Profession: Sociologist
Nationality: American
Born: 1866
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