volume 20, issue 3, P77-80 1973
DOI: 10.1177/026455057302000304
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K.L. Howe

Abstract: FROM TIME immemorial men have sought to provide a system in which liberty was not degraded by licence, equality was a reality and brotherhood meant more than a quid pro quo. The results have varied from the hilarious to the tragic. Theories have been evolved about the nature of man and political systems have suffered the fate of all attempts at regulation of the essential ingredients of selfishness. As the theorists have argued the measure of man's essential depravity the go-getters and the pragmatists have c…

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