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" ... their military organization, have maintained a high spirit of ambition and emulation. But the Australian colonies seem to have secured simply humdrum management; honest, to be sure (and for this much we in the United States, to our shame, must pay... "
The Consolidation and Control of the Electrical Means of Communication - Page 52
by Selwyn De Witt Collins - 1915 - 106 pages
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University Debaters' Annual, Volume 2

Debates and debating - 1916
...private companies, for as Mr. Taussig points out in his Principles of Economics, Volume 2, pp. 409, "No democratic community, with the possible exception...progress comparable to that of private industry." My colleague has shown the failure of government ownership in the strong centralized monarchies of...
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Principles of Economics, Volume 2

Frank William Taussig - Business & Economics - 2013 - 600 pages
...the United States, to our shame, must pay our tribute of respect), but devoid of life and vigor, Ko democratic community, with the possible exception...of progress comparable to that of private industry. 6. In the end, all these matters of organization and efficiency go back in a democracy to the most...
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