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On a general theoretical level, Greece can be classified as a semiperipheral country, in the sense that, although in economic, technological and political terms it has historically been dependent on the countries of the Western industrial centre, it has, in the years since the end of World War...
Conventional economics typically defines the science in terms of such concepts as production, distribution, consumption, resources, goods, services, wealth, prices and efficiency. These terms focus attention primarily on things, making it easier to argue that since those things are quantifiable...
This article deals with perception. Perceptions influence attitude and behaviour. As nations move inexorably towards a world community, it is important to try to clarify how Americans perceive the rest of the world and, perhaps more importantly, to increase our understanding of the manner in...
The growing defence budget has generated renewed public debate over the high cost of military weapon systems. This debate centres on the problem of obtaining some maximum defence given a somewhat flexible budget constraint. One of the basic tenets in this debate was stated by Gansler
In recent years, in the partial vacuum left by the apparent inadequacy of Keynesian economics, there has been a renaissance of natural law cosmology. Accordingly, the social world is again viewed through preKeynesian spectacles as ideally selfadjusting through the action of the free market....
History in the Western world is replete with uproars over the intervention of ministers of religion in the affairs of the state. It is said by many that the Church should concern itself with the souls of men. Political matters are beyond its purview and outside its competence. For its part, the...
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