Among the casualties of the counterculture is the Organization Man. So explains David Brooks, and his point is well worth considering. The term Organization Man comes to us from a 1956 book by William H. Whyte. At a time when America was the dominant world power, when American soldiers were using the martial habits they had learned in warfare to rebuild a great nation, Whyte, among others, denounced the American Organization Man as a mindless automaton who lacked creativity and individuality. At Had Enough Therapy?