PRIVATE VIRTUE -- PUBLIC GOOD by Henry Morton Robinson

PRIVATE VIRTUE -- PUBLIC GOOD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Read this report in conjunction with the report on the Baggs' book on the next page. In this volume we have a defense of business, which should prove balm to injured spirits. The author unequivocally takes the side of business against government, claiming that business has made contributions to American life without which our civilization could not have reached its present peak. He holds little brief for interference, though recognizing the need of limited control, but his main thesis is that business will work out its own salvation if left alone.

Pub Date: Aug. 22nd, 1938
Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill