The welfare state, a symposium on some of the threatening tendencies of our times.
- Cambridge, Mass., Addison-Wesley Press, 1952.
ix, 289 p. 22 cm.
- State, The
United States -- Politics and government -- 20th century
- Introduction: Liberalism and the management of welfare, by S. Glueck.
False gospel of security by deficit financing, by B. Baruch.
Human enterprise, by V. Bush.
The threat to the American system, by H. F. Byrd.
The danger of drifting, by D. K. David.
The blessings of liberty, by J. F. Dulles.
The middle of the road, a statement of faith in America, by D. D. Eisenhower.
The last miles to collectivism, by H. Hoover.
What liberties are we losing? By R. Moley.
The march of progress, economically, by E. G. Nourse.
The rise of the service state and its consequences, by R. Pound.
Liberalism, paternalism, security, and the welfare state, by D. Richberg.
Economic consequences of government spending, by W. E. Spahr.
Reliance on nongovernmental self-help, by the editors of Life.
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