A Mid-century Appraisal: ORGANIZATIONS

Twentieth Century man, though often lonely, does not live alone. His existence is tied to an ever-increasing number of organizations which, like feudal castles, dot the 20th Century's landscape. They are created by the simple fact that man can no longer alone cope with what Churchill calls the 20th Century's tides and tornadoes. What happens to man in this situation was the problem discussed by the panel on "The Role of the Individual in a World of Institutions."

The Trap. Some organizations are created by the special demands of doing business and producing things...

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