The Mainspring of Human Progress

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Foundation for Economic Education, 1953 - Authority - 279 pages
Throws light on many problems plaguing the postwar world, and traces them back to the age old conflict between Pagan Fatalism and Christian Freedom. The author delves into highly controversial subjects and leads to certain conclusions that are contrary to much of present-day thinking.

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This is a study in economics, invention, history, and political science, but like its inspiration it fits in none of these categories. It is also a report on the American view of the value, nature and ... Read full review

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A book that asks this profound question: "For six thousand years man died of hunger, why don't we?" Read full review

Contents

Chapter PART ONECOMPARISONS CONTRASTS 1 Puzzling Questions
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The Great Multiplier
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Networks and Pitfalls
26
Copyright

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About the author (1953)

Henry Grady Weaver was born in Eastonton, GA. He received his B.S. from Georgia Tech in 1911, he was the COVER MAN on Time magazine's November 14, 1938 issue.

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