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In all probability, there are today only four persons all social scientists who have personally known Father Heinrich Pesch, the eminent German economist of the Jesuit Order, viz., Oswald von NellBreuning, SJ, who, 93 years old, still is amazingly active as lecturer and writer, the Rev. Dr....
Human liberation requires an affluent, egalitarian, and democratic society in which man is free from domination by nature's caprice and, in all spheres of life, free from domination by other men. The industrial revolution and technological advances of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries held...
According to the traditional Soviet view, the Soviet economic society, based essentially on governmental and collective farm property and overall national planning, is socialist, and has been so since Stalin's proclamation to that effect in the 1930s. Most Western observers, Marxist and...
Only around 0.01 per cent of all workingdays are lost due to industrial conflict in the average western economy. Nevertheless, conflicts are highly visible phenomena and it was one of the first areas most statistical agencies started covering. Therefore, long conflict series exist for most...
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