Freeman

April 1961

Volume 11, 1961

FEATURES

The Of the Hard Core Farm Problem

APRIL 01, 1961 by KARL BRANDT

To define a problem clearly is the most important part solving it

Surplus labor

APRIL 01, 1961 by H.P.B. JENKINS

The New Science and the New Faith

APRIL 01, 1961 by DONALD ANDREWS

That men "are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights" is an old faith which the new science is beginning to share.


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