Excerpt from Our Economic Organization
The authors think of the book, from the point of View of teaching technique, as being made up of three parts. The first part is made up of Studies I and II. Here the student is given a bird's-eye View of the problems at issue. Studies III to VIII, on medieval industrial society and the coming in of capitalism, form a second part. These studies are not historical in any orthodox sense of the term. They are a somewhat more ex tended introductory view of the problems at issue, in which the device of comparative study is utilized. They really present another general survey of modern industrial society, but they do it over the shoulder of a former society. Study IX begins the third part of the work, which is devoted to a more direct, de tailed, and systematic study of our present economic organiza tion.
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