An articulate assessment of the failure of Western society based solely on the achievement of material wealth to satisfy the basic spiritual needs of man while depriving him of individual dignity and independence
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OLD TRUTHS AND NEW HERESIES
THE IMPOSSIBLE STATESMANSHIP
THE TOTALITARIAN TEMPTATION
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