Good. Book Slight bend to this Slim Paperback edition with some shelf wear and edge wear to the covers. Some scuff marks to the covers. Good tight binding. A worthwhile text that flows nicely from beginning to end. Useful!
Fair. 49 pages. Softcover. Reading copy. PHILOSOPHY. In this short, clear statement of his own personal philosophy of life, Mr. Baruch discusses deep and troubling questions which concern every American. He defines the central challnge of our time as the need for freedom from the chills and fevers of war, inflation, depression and political servitude which have returned again and again to trouble mankind throughout all history. He gives a seven-pont program of adjustments which he believes will protect out national security, and he explains how, in politics, in economics, in our way of living and in education, we can create new opportunities and keep old freedoms. These lectures were originally given at the Bernard M. Baruch School of Business and Public Administration of the The City College of New York. (Key Words: Philosophy, Philosophers, America, Economy, Bernard M. Baruch).
VG- Pamphlet Format 49 pp. A discussion as to the need for freedom of the "chills and fevers" of war, inflation and more. The author offers a seven point program of adjustments which would protect national security. Stain on upper corner of rear cover.
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