MANAGEMENT: The Capitalist Manifesto

"Labor is not merely a commodity, to be bought and sold, used and discarded . . . Even if men are well fed, clothed and housed, it will not be enough . . . [Man] must feel that he is more than an automaton, a cog in a machine." In these forceful phrases last week, 48 business, labor and religious leaders issued what might well be called a Capitalist Manifesto.

Out to the President of the U.S., Congress, state governors and 7,000 editors, educators, clergymen and rabbis all over the U.S. went free copies of the remarkable document—a 52-page book,...

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