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Countss Frame of Reference
Crisis Between Two Civilizations
The Democratic Heritage in a Technological Age
Economic Individualism and the American Experience
Countss Program of Action
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Page 18 - Here is a society that manifests the most extraordinary contradictions; a mastery over the forces of nature, surpassing the wildest dreams of antiquity, is accompanied by extreme material insecurity; dire poverty walks hand in hand with the most extravagant living the world has ever known; an abundance of goods of all kinds is coupled with privation, misery and even starvation; an excess of production is seriously offered as the underlying cause of severe physical suffering; breakfastless children...