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COMPREHENSIBLE ECONOMICS 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME II, NO. 7 FEBRUARY 16, 1949 COMPREHENSIBLE ECONOMICS ANYONE who sets out to obtain a modest competence in the field of economics, without wishing to become a specialist or theoretician, is likely to acquire considerable sympathy for the view that economics is a mysterious subject ...
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ECONOMICS FOR THE MILLIONS 4753
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME I, NO. 35 SEPTEMBER 1, 1948 ECONOMICS FOR THE MILLIONS THE idea that economics can be an interesting subject as well as educative, not merely as a professional specialty, but from the viewpoint of the ordinary person, will doubtless strike many readers as improbable. Only the firs ...
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A COST OF ACCOUNTING 4566
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXII, NO. 9 FEBRUARY 26, 1969 A COST ACCOUNTING CONVENTIONAL ideas about "knowledge," or what people regard as being important to know, require some practical protection from contradictory experience in order to be maintained. A man's sense of being able to cope with life, for exa ...
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THE VICTIMS OF DEVELOPMENT 4514
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 37 SEPTEMBER 14, 1983 THE VICTIMS OF DEVELOPMENT TWO things, it now seems clear, the world or its decision-makers must learn before changes that are right and sensible can begin to take place on a significant scale. First to be realized is that the acquisition of wealth ...
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AREAS OF HUMAN FREEDOM 4474
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME X, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 20, 1957 AREAS OF HUMAN FREEDOM CERTAIN far-reaching difficulties pursue the man who is unable to honor or share in the personal aims which are claimed to be necessary and proper in an acquisitive society. Conventional economic activities often seem to him little ...
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THE REAL ISSUE 4179
Author: Manas Reprints
Volume I, No. 7 February 18, 1948 THE REAL ISSUE THE most encouraging sign of these times is the fact that many of the leading specialists of our society—the scientists—are no longer acting and speaking only as specialists in their relation to the public good, but also as citizens and me ...
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THE RIGHT TO BE WISE 4127
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VOLUME XVI, NO. 6 FEBRUARY 6, 1963 THE RIGHT TO BE WISE THE first time a Western man reads Lao Tse, he is likely to be puzzled, and even upset. There is manifest wisdom in the Tao Te Ching, but there is also "wisdom" which is hardly manifest at all, if not something very close to nonsens ...
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CORRESPONDENCE 4123
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVI, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 20, 1963 CORRESPONDENCE [In recent months there has been a noticeable growth in the number of mimeographed publications that come in the MANAS mail. Some of these are well worth reading—far more important, in some instances, than the beautifully printed materia ...
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A LONG WAY TO GO 3926
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 23, 1983 A LONG WAY TO GO ALL men desire peace," said Thomas à Kempis some five hundred years ago, adding that "few men desire those things that make for peace." This seems to cover practically everything that can be said about putting an end to war. Yet it h ...
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MOONSHINE AND SUNLIGHT 3920
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 9 FEBRUARY 29, 1984 MOONSHINE AND SUNLIGHT READING in Thoreau sometimes produces an afterglow; it may last even a week, as now. He is so richly opposite to what we are, so consistently so. A historian once remarked that for Americans, the pursuit of happiness has becom ...
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