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KIRKUS REVIEW

There's a certain value to the layman, confronted with successive viewpoints and untutored in the convincing response, in the method of handling the material incorporated in this book. But the form seems frequently labored and artificial, and gives the impression of amateurishness. The authors have chosen to present their points through a series of dialogues in which a young clerk, unemployed, seeks to solve his doubts and see his way to clear thinking on current problems, and on the place of the consumer in the scheme of things.

Pub Date: April 1st, 1935
Publisher: Norton