Freeman

July 1958

Volume 8, 1958

FEATURES

Executive Salaries

JULY 01, 1958 by HANS SENNHOLZ

Major considerations in the determination of. . .

The Independent Fights Back

JULY 01, 1958 by JULIAN H. HANDLER

Self-help is a key to progress in any competitive situation.

Positive Action Against Communism

JULY 01, 1958 by YALE BROZEN

International trade can help us win friends, influence nations, and improve our own productive

Who Sets the Price?

JULY 01, 1958 by M. E. CRAVENS

Competitive marketing allows anyone to set a price, but the customer is free to decide which is the best buy from the choices available.

The Battle for the Inner Man

JULY 01, 1958 by ELMER T. PETERSON, NORMAN WHITEHOUSE

On the outcome of the struggle, these observers believe, hangs the destiny of men...

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