Category Archive: Economics

Mar 22

Individualism & Altruism in Economics

By E.W. Kenyon — March, 1903 Chicago, IL: There is probably no subject, at present, more alive and interesting to all classes of people than that of economics. It fills the very intellectual atmosphere we breathe, even attracting the attention of the unthinking. We hear it from rostrum, press and pulpit. It generally takes an …

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Feb 10

Irrepressible Economic Conflict

E.W. Kenyon

By E.W. Kenyon — July, 1902 Chicago, IL: If the signs of the times ripen into what they purport, there can be little question that the storm center of human advancement will be in the economic and industrial questions that are pressing with accelerated motion toward an equitable solution. That there is a profound and …

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