Business and social progress; views of two generations of executives. Clarence C. Walton, contributing editor.

; Committee for Economic Development
New York, Praeger [1970] .

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Other Authors Walton, Clarence Cyril, 1915-
Committee for Economic Development.
Subjects Industrie -- Aspect social -- EĢtats-Unis.
Industries -- Social aspects -- United States.
Industries -- Social aspects.
United States.
Description viii, 157 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes "Published in cooperation with the Committee for Economic Development."--Jacket.
Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (pages 137-140).
Also issued online.
Contents Part One: The Corporate Response to the New Challenges : Fundamental Issues in Business Structure and Performance / Alfred C. Neal -- Making a Place for Tomorrow's Managers / Robert J. Weston -- Articulating a Corporate Philosophy / Raymon H. Mulford -- Open Doors Are Not Enough / Charles Marshall -- The Debate is Over / Philip M. lkutznick -- The Government's Role: Referee and Rule-Maker / Henry G. Hohorst -- Growth and Profits Through Social Service / Donald C. Burnham -- Business' Moral Obligation in Urban Problems / William H. Dougherty, Jr. -- Government and Business Are Mutually Dependent / James A. Norton -- Broadening the Tax Base / Thomas A. Vanderslice -- Why Four Years of College? / James B. Conant -- Tokenism or Leadership? / William C. Stolk -- Part Two: Business Leadership and Public Policy : We Were Once Regarded as Dangerous / William Benton -- Business was the Whipping Boy of the Depression / Clarence Francis -- We Dared Not Leave Economic Solutions to Chance / Thomas B. McCabe -- What's Good for the World is Good for the U.S.A. / Paul G. Hoffman -- We Have Yet to Achieve National Economic Literacy / W. Walter Williams -- National Aims Require Stable Economic Growth / Frazar B. Wilde -- We Must Seek the Who, Where, Why of Poverty, / Ralph E. Flanders -- Millions of Workers Still Lack Adequate Benefits / Marion B. Folsom -- We Travel to the Stars but Live in Slums / Donald K. David -- What Will a Trillion Dollar Utopia Be LIke? / Harry Scherman -- Needed: More "Dangerous" Men / Clarence C. Walton -- Part Three: Redefining Corporate Purpose : The Three Eras of American Business / Clarence C. Walton.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)50689
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