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Economist Gunnar Myrdal, of the University of Stockholm, foresees increasing participation of the American government in the economy, especially where such involvement furthers the nation's foreign policy agenda. Jan. 1963.

Adolf A. Berle, Jr., noted attorney, economic philosopher, and former Assistant Secretary of State, discusses corporate power and the American economy. He warns that unless the free enterprise system is regulated by the state, the market would be…

Philip Selznick, of the University of California at Berkeley, discusses with the staff of the Center some of the difficulties with laws that are meant to control powerful private groups such as corporations and unions, but are too often muddled,…

Philip Selznick, of the University of California at Berkeley, discusses with the staff of the Center some of the difficulties with laws that are meant to control powerful private groups such as corporations and unions, but are too often muddled,…

Philosopher Richard Lichtman presents a new interpretation of Marx that is at odds with that usually held in both the Soviet Union and the United States. He explains Marx's theory of man as a productive social being who loses himself through the…

Philosopher Richard Lichtman presents a new interpretation of Marx that is at odds with that usually held in both the Soviet Union and the United States. He explains Marx's theory of man as a productive social being who loses himself through the…

Robert M. Hutchins and political economist Andrew Schonfield, of Chatham House, London, discuss the idea of reforming American legislative election procedures to make it possible to get the kind of specialist lawmakers a highly-technical society…

Robert M. Hutchins and political economist Andrew Schonfield, of Chatham House, London, discuss the idea of reforming American legislative election procedures to make it possible to get the kind of specialist lawmakers a highly-technical society…

A symposium on questions of the nature of dissent when laws run counter to the demands of liberty. Participants include: Stephen Carey, Ramsey Clark, William Sloane Coffin, Crane Haussamen, Milton Mayer, Lewis Pollack, Sander Vanocur, and Piers von…

Excerpts of a discussion on whether the Constitution needs to be revised to better protect minority groups, or whether African-Americans must choose to fight for independent nationhood. Featuring Robert Bailey, Dennis Dunn, E. N. Easley, Russ Ellis,…