This I do believe / by David E. Lilienthal.


[1st ed.].. New York : Harper, [1949] .

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Subjects Democracy.
Politique générale. Civilisation.
Questions intellectuelles. Sciences.
Description xxiii, 208 pages ; 21 cm
Copyright Date [1949]
©1949
Notes Also issued online.
Contents Freedom and fear -- The wellsprings of our vitality are ethical and spiritual -- Material progress plus freedom -- Wanted: new patterns of cooperative effort -- Science, technology and the human spirit -- A sense of unity in an age of specialization -- The purpose and atmosphere of science and technology must be moral -- Big government is not inevitable: an illustration -- Universal public service: a proposal -- Utility management -a public trust -- Atomic energy -a new kind of people's business -- The atom can be used to strengthen democracy -- An uninformed public may control its own destiny -- Labor and management can work together: an example, a challenge -- Toward a greater America.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)456449
(OCoLC)ocm00456449
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WorldCat Identities Lilienthal, David Eli, 1899-1981.
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