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" While it is in the nature of things unavoidable that the management of industry by modern business methods should involve a large misdirection of effort and a large waste of goods and services, it is also true that the aims and ideals to which this manner... "
Socialism: Promise Or Menace? - Page 32
by Morris Hillquit - 1914 - 270 pages
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The Theory of Business Enterprise

Thorstein Veblen - Affaires - 1904 - 400 pages
...carry no well-defined lesson as to what a modern industrial community may allow itself in this respect. While it is in the nature of things unavoidable that...should involve a large misdirection of effort and a very large waste of goods and services, it is also true that the aims and ideals to which this manner...
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The Theory of Business Enterprise

Thorstein Veblen - Business - 1904 - 400 pages
...carry no well-defined lesson as to what a modern industrial community may allow itself in this respect. While it is in the nature of things unavoidable that...should involve a large misdirection of effort and a very large waste of goods and services, it is also true that the aims and ideals to which this manner...
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The Theory of Business Enterprise

Thorstein Veblen - Business - 1915 - 400 pages
...carry no well-defined lesson as to what a modern industrial community may allow itself in this respect. While it is in the nature of things unavoidable that...should involve a large misdirection of effort and a very large waste of goods and services, it is also true that the aims and ideals to which this manner...
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The Theory of Business Enterprise

Thorstein Veblen - Business - 1904 - 400 pages
...carry no well-defined lesson as to what a modern industrial community may allow itself in this respect. While it is in the nature of things unavoidable that...should involve a large misdirection of effort and a very large waste of goods and services, it is also true that the aims and ideals to which this manner...
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Socialism: A Critical Analysis

Oscar Douglas Skelton - Socialism - 1911 - 329 pages
...Professor Veblen sums up his indictment of the social waste of much competitive effort by declaring: " While it is in the nature of things unavoidable that...true that the aims and ideals to which this manner of economic life gives effect act forcibly to offset all this incidental futility. These pecuniary aims...
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Socialism; a Critical Analysis

Oscar Douglas Skelton - Socialism - 1911 - 329 pages
...Professor Veblen sums up his indictment of the social waste of much competitive effort by declaring: " While it is in the nature of things unavoidable that...true that the aims and ideals to which this manner of economic life gives effect act forcibly to offset all this incidental futility. These pecuniary aims...
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The Theory of Business Enterprise

Thorstein Veblen - Business & Economics - 1978 - 400 pages
...carry no well-defined lesson as to what a modern industrial community may allow itself in this respect. While it is in the nature of things unavoidable that...should involve a large misdirection of effort and a very large waste of goods and services, it is also true that the aims and ideals to which this manner...
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The Theory of Business Enterprise

Thorstein Veblen - Business & Economics - 1978 - 400 pages
...carry no well-defined lesson as to what a modern industrial community may allow itself in this respect. While it is in the nature of things unavoidable that...should involve a large misdirection of effort and a very large waste of goods and services, it is also true that the aims and ideals to which this manner...
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Thorstein Veblen: Critical Assessments, Volume 2

John Cunningham Wood - Reference - 1993 - 701 pages
...after an account of the role of selling activity, is in complete harmony with The New Industrial State: While it is in the nature of things unavoidable that...should involve a large misdirection of effort and a very large waste of goods and services, it is also true that the aims and ideals to which this manner...
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