Frances Wright, Volume 115,Edições 1-2

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Columbia University, 1924 - 267 páginas
 

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Página 222 - What distinguishes the present from every other struggle in which the human race has been engaged, is that the present is, evidently, openly and acknowledgedly, a war of class, and that this war is universal.
Página 264 - THE INSTITUTE FOR GOVERNMENT RESEARCH STUDIES IN ADMINISTRATION. The System of Financial Administration of Great Britain. By WF Willoughby, WW Willoughby, and SM Lindsay. 378 pp.
Página 267 - There is not a chapter in Mr. and Mrs Hammond's book which fails to throw new light on enclosures or on the administration of the poor laws and the game laws, and on the economic and social conditions of the period. ... A few other studies of governing class rule before 1867 as searchingly analytical as Mr. and Mrs. Hammond s book will do much to weaken this tradition and to make imperative much recasting of English History from 1688."— —Am.
Página 263 - Pharmacy, founded in 1831, offering courses of two and three years leading to appropriate certificates and degrees. In the Summer Session the University offers courses giving both general and professional training which may be taken either with or without regard to an academic degree or diploma. Through its system of Extension Teaching the University offers many courses of study to persons unable otherwise to receive academic training.
Página 264 - Willoughby. 314 pp. $3. PRINCIPLES OF ADMINISTRATION. Principles Governing the Retirement of Public Employees. By Lewis Meriam. 508 pp. $3. Principles of Government Purchasing. By Arthur G. Thomas. 290 pp. $3. Principles of Government Accounting and Reporting.
Página 151 - I shall venture the assertion, that, until women assume the place in society which good sense and good feeling alike assign to them, human improvement must advance but feebly. It is in vain that we would circumscribe the power of one half of our race, and that half by far the most important and influential. If they exert it not for good, they will for evil ; if they advance not knowledge, they will perpetuate ignorance. Let women stand where they may in the scale of improvement, their position decides...
Página 133 - In truth, one of the most remarkable circumstances or features of our age, is the energy with which the principle of combination, or of action by joint forces, by associated numbers, is manifesting itself. It may be said, without much exaggeration, that everything is done now by societies.
Página 268 - Journal. THE WORKS MANAGER TO-DAY : An Address Prepared for a Series of Private Gatherings of Works Managers. By SIDNEY WEBB, Piofessor of Public Administration in the University of London (School of Economic and Political Science).
Página 222 - ... the oppressed millions who are making common cause against oppression; it is the ridden people of the earth who are struggling to throw from their backs the 'booted and spurred...
Página 271 - The History of Tariff Administration in the United States, from Colonial Times to the McKinley Administrative Bill.

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