Freeman

April 1959

Volume 9, 1959

FEATURES

The Complex World of Claudius Ptolemy

APRIL 01, 1959 by EDWARD P. COLESON

A study in reasoning, developed to help science students understand the political economy.

Who is Watching You?

APRIL 01, 1959 by RALPH L. WOODS

The loss of freedom and privacy in the United States and the threat of further loss is indicated by the thousands of government employees who watch, check, record, inspect, investigate, and supervise us.

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