Authority and the individual.

Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1937.

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Subjects Authority -- Congresses.
Industrial policy -- Congresses.
Industrial policy.
Political science -- Congresses.
Political science.
Series Harvard tercentenary publications 2.
Description x, 371 pages 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1937.
Notes Papers presented at a symposium of the Harvard tercentenary conference of arts and sciences (August 31-September 12, 1936).
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents I. The state and economic enterprise: Intelligence and the guidance of economic evolution, by W.C. Mitchell. The state and economic fluctuation, by D.H. Robertson. The state and the entrepreneur, by D.B. Copland. Economic nationalism, by W.E. Rappard.--II. Stability and social change: Conservative factors in recent British history, by J.H. Clapham. The historical pattern of social change, by R.M. MacIver. Conservative factors in early colonial history, by C.M. Andrews. Authority and social change, by John Dewey.--III. The place and functions of authority: The Constitution as instrument and as symbol, by E.S. Corwin. Centralization and decentralization, by Hans Kelsen. The problem of authority and the crisis of the Greek spirit, by Werner Jaeger. Authority and the individual during the different stages of the evolution of nations, by Corrado Gini.--IV. Classicism and romanticism: Klassizismus, romantizismus und historisches denken im 18. jahrhundert, by Friedrich Meinecke. Un romantique de 1730: l'abbé Prévost, by Paul Hazard. The drift to liberalism in the American eighteenth century, by H.M. Jones. The historical approach to music, by E.J. Dent.
Genre Conference proceedings.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)220514
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