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Nathan Glazer (b. 1924) is an American sociologist, who taught at UC Berkeley and Harvard University. He is a domestic policy neoconservative, editor of the defunct policy journal The Public Interest, and formerly a frequent contributor to The New Republic.
Known for his writings on ethnicity and race, such as "Beyond the Melting Pot", co-written with Daniel Patrick Moynihan, he was an early skeptic of Great Society programs such as expanded welfare and affirmative action.
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