WHAT MAN CAN MAKE OF MAN by William Ernest Heoking
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WHAT MAN CAN MAKE OF MAN

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Your clients who enjoyed the shorter version of this little book which appeared in Fortune will welcome it in book form. What we can make of ourselves and where we are going are two questions in the mind of nearly every thinking person today. No man is better able to put us on the right track than Dr. Hocking of Harvard. The answer is briefly summed up in the psychiatrists' ""feeling"" that perhaps there is a trend to history, as well as evolution, and that to go with that trend brings peace -- a peace that is religion.

Publisher: Harper