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THE QUALITIES OF GREATNESS 2621
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VII, NO. 22 JUNE 2, 1954 THE QUALITY OF GREATNESS ONE wonderful thing about a Great Book is that it always contains an element of the unexpected. Like others who read Progress and Poverty "many years ago," we have thought of it as an enlightened treatise dealing broadly with econo ...
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MAN AND HIS HISTORY 2620
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME II, NO. 45 NOVEMBER 9, 1949 MAN AND HIS HISTORY A CAREFUL reader of these pages, having noted the frequency with which MANAS articles draw upon the past for illustration and discussion, wonders if this employment of history is not overdone. The average human being, he points out, ...
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DEMOCRACY AND PEACE 2603
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVI, NO. 38 SEPTEMBER 19, 1973 DEMOCRACY AND PEACE THE idea that peace and freedom are one and inseparable is a peculiarly American doctrine. The men who wrote the tracts that led to the American Revolution were convinced that a peace they did not make themselves, which they did ...
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INEXTINGUISHABLE REASON 2590
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME IX, NO. 1 JANUARY 4, 1956 INEXTINGUISHABLE REASON THE eighteenth century probably had justification for being known as the "Age of Reason," if, indeed, any period of human history deserves this flattering description. It was a time, at any rate, in which human confidence in the re ...
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GANDHI ON VIOLENT STRUGGLES 2584
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIII, NO. 3 JANUARY 16, 1980 GANDHI ON VIOLENT STRUGGLES GANDHI'S name is now being used in connection with the renunciation of nonviolent strategy in situations of massive repression and injustice. A few quotations from his writings are repeatedly used to justify violent strugg ...
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THE ILLUSIONS OF POWER 2567
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXI, NO. 14 APRIL 3, 1968 THE ILLUSIONS OF POWER ALL communications concerning human good speak of the virtues. The reference may be either overt or concealed, but it is always somehow there. Even in an age when the idea of virtue has become unpopular—a sign of outmoded religious ...
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THE OBSCURE ALLIANCE 2562
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVIII, NO. 14 APRIL 7, 1965 THE OBSCURE ALLIANCE THE heightened ethical perceptions of the age impose difficult dilemmas on men who feel that their labors for justice and freedom require an association with well-established allies in order to be of practical effect. Take for examp ...
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WHO ARE THE REACTIONARIES 2560
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME 1, NO. 5 FEBRUARY 4, 1948 WHO ARE THE REACTIONARIES? FOR a century or more, the word "reactionary" has been synonymous with blind conservatism in politics and economics. It is a term of extreme condemnation applied to those who resist any kind of change—good or bad—in the social o ...
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PEAKS AND FACADES 2542
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIX, NO. 25 JUNE 22, 1966 PEAKS AND FACADES THE present is peculiarly a time of wondering about the validity of the institutional façades which surround our lives and in large part shape the ideas and attitudes of the age. This tendency is considerably more than a familiar revolut ...
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THE IDEA OF PROGRESS 2536
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME IX, NO. 10 MARCH 7, 1956 THE IDEA OF PROGRESS SOMEWHERE along in the first quarter or first third of this century, the idea of progress suffered a distinct eclipse in intellectual circles. This rejection of nineteenth-century enthusiasm probably began among scientific thinkers, ta ...
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