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Michael Dunlop Young, Baron Young of Dartington (9 August 1915 – 14 January 2002), was a British sociologist, social activist and politician who coined the term "meritocracy". He was an urbanist of different dimensions such as academic researcher, polemicist and institution-builder.

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by Young, Michael Dunlop, 1915-2002
London : Fabian Publications : Victor Gollancz, [194-?]
by Young, Michael Dunlop, 1915-2002
London : Published for the Social Science Research Council by Meinemana, [1968]
by Young, Michael Dunlop, 1915-2002
London (11 Great Russell St., WC1B 3NH) : Rita Hindon Memorial Fund, [1972]
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