Freeman

July 1965

Volume 15, 1965

FEATURES

Why Automation

JULY 01, 1965 by TOM ROSE

Concerning the relations of prices and customers to wages and employees

A revewer's Notebook

JULY 01, 1965 by JOHN CHAMBERLAIN


"The American Colonial Mind And The Classical Tradition" By Richard H. Gummere

"If You Don't Mind My Saying So, Essays on Man and Nature" By Joseph Wood Krutch

"John Randolph of Roanoke: A Study in American Politics" By Russell Kirk


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