The Classical Theory of Economic Growth
Certainly when we turn our attention to growth processes, such as the rise of the industrial system or the secular development of capitalism, systematic mutations in the meta-economic conditions have to be taken into account as much as changes in the economic field proper. [Reprinted in 51:1 50th Anniversary Issue]
Howard Mumford Jones
I conceive that the generation who created the republic had a philosophic interpretation of the cosmic process that conceived nobly, not ignobly, of man. They assumed that the state is composed of rational men--not Freudian man, or economic man, or biological man, or frightened man. Avoiding parochialism in time and space, they did not exalt the scholarship of humanists about the ethos of the humanities, nor mistake the aesthetic or critical enthusiasms of a few for the good sense of the many.
Richard W. Taylor
Central Economic Coordination in British Government
This essay is a description of the civilian machinery of British government as it has developed for the purpose of facilitating interdepartmental coordination and integrating economic programs. More specifically, attention will be directed to the committees of the Cabinets and the Cabinet Office.
Man's Self-Alienation in the Early Writings of Marx
It is true that man's self-alienation is conditioned by the type and degree of development of the material conditions of production, by the division of labor, and by the sum of the concrete conditions of his life. But these conditions are structurally united in the social nature of man, who is his own world and whose self-consciousness is a world-consciousness.
The Primitive World and its Transformations
Review of book by Robert Redfield. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. 1953. 185 pp.
Henry W. Ehrmann
In the Twilight of Socialism: A History of the Revolutionary Socialists of Austria
Review of book by Joseph Buttinger. New York: Frederick A. Praeger. 1953. 577 pp.
Randolph L. Braham
The Jews in the Soviet Satellites
Review of book by Peter Meyer, Bernard D. Weinryb, Eugene Duschinsky, and Nicolas Sylvain. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press. 1953. 637 pp.
Helmut R. Wagner
Soziologie: Geschichte ihrer Probleme
In Series I/3, Orbis Academicus, Problemgeschichten der Wissenschaft in Dokumenten und Einzeldarstellungen: Fritz Wagner and Richard Brodfuhrer, eds.; W. Britzelmayr, F. Gessner, R. Scherer, G. Sohn. Freiburg, Munich: Karl Alber. 1952. x & 431 pp.
Beryl Harold Levy
Legal Education in the United States: A Report Prepared for the Survey of the Legal Profession under the auspices of the American Bar Association
Review of book by Albert J. Harno. San Francisco: Bancroft-Whitney. 1953. 211 pp.
H. M. Kallen
They Went to College: The College Graduate in America Today
Review of book by Ernest Havemann and Patricia Slater West. New York: Harcourt, Brace. 1952. 277 pp.