Everybody's political what's what, by Bernard Shaw.


New York, Dodd, Mead, 1944.

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Subjects Great Britain -- Politics and government.
Great Britain.
Grossbritannien.
Nationalbewusstsein.
Political science.
Politics and government
Description viii pages, 1 leaf, 380 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date 1944.
Contents Is human nature incurably depraved? -- The land question -- The British party system -- The Parliaments of the poor -- Democracy: the next step -- Knowing our places -- Equality -- The proposed abolition of classes -- The state and the children -- Schoolmade monsters -- Financial mysteries: banking -- Illusions of the money market -- Sense and nonsense about compensation -- The vice of gambling and the virtue of insurance -- The illusions of war finance -- On war and its great men -- The military man -- The economic man -- The educated -- The half educated -- The corruptly educated -- The aesthetic man -- The man of science -- The medical man -- Architecture a world power -- The theocratic man -- The collective biologist -- The collective statistician -- The genetic state -- State corruption -- Municipal corruption -- Coercions and sanctions -- Law and tyranny -- Juries and ministers of grace defend us! -- Conscientious objection versus general strike -- Our attempts at anthropometry -- Creed and conduct -- Collective scoundrelism -- Government by great men, so-called -- For the reviewers -- Economic summary -- Political summary -- Religious summary -- Envoy.
Geographic Area Great Britain
Network Numbers (OCoLC)493967
(OCoLC)ocm00493967
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WorldCat Identities Shaw, Bernard, 1856-1950.
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