The Resource Declining liberty and other papers, by John A. Ryan, D.D., LL.D., Professor of Moral Theology and Industrial Ethics at the Catholic University of America; Professor of Political Science at Trinity College; Professor of Ethics at the National Catholic School of Social Service; Director, Department of Social Action, National Catholic Welfare Conference. Author of "A living wage," "Social reconstruction," "Distributive justice," etc., etc

Declining liberty and other papers, by John A. Ryan, D.D., LL.D., Professor of Moral Theology and Industrial Ethics at the Catholic University of America; Professor of Political Science at Trinity College; Professor of Ethics at the National Catholic School of Social Service; Director, Department of Social Action, National Catholic Welfare Conference. Author of "A living wage," "Social reconstruction," "Distributive justice," etc., etc

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Declining liberty and other papers
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Declining liberty and other papers
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by John A. Ryan, D.D., LL.D., Professor of Moral Theology and Industrial Ethics at the Catholic University of America; Professor of Political Science at Trinity College; Professor of Ethics at the National Catholic School of Social Service; Director, Department of Social Action, National Catholic Welfare Conference. Author of "A living wage," "Social reconstruction," "Distributive justice," etc., etc
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Ryan, John A.
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.R85 1927 ONLINE
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  • Liberty
  • Working class
  • Social problems
  • Liberty
  • Social problems
  • Working class
  • United States
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Declining liberty and other papers, by John A. Ryan, D.D., LL.D., Professor of Moral Theology and Industrial Ethics at the Catholic University of America; Professor of Political Science at Trinity College; Professor of Ethics at the National Catholic School of Social Service; Director, Department of Social Action, National Catholic Welfare Conference. Author of "A living wage," "Social reconstruction," "Distributive justice," etc., etc
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Contents
  • Equal rights for women
  • The
  • teaching of evolution in the public schools
  • The
  • Supreme Court and the Oregon school case
  • American Catholics and American citizenship
  • "If I were president"
  • Cancellations of war debts and reparations
  • Christian principles of war and peace
  • pt. 2.
  • pt. 1.
  • Economic:
  • From Christian to pagan industrial ethics
  • The
  • church and economic life
  • Catholic teaching on industrial relations
  • The
  • dignity of labor and the duty of the state
  • The
  • injunction in labor disputes
  • The
  • Political:
  • open shop fraud
  • A
  • new task for the labor unions
  • Democratizing industry
  • A
  • constitutional amendment for labor legislation
  • The
  • state and industry
  • Public ownership vs. socialism
  • Fair valuation of public utilities
  • Declining liberty in America: appendix to the foregoing
  • Anthracite profits and anthracite prices
  • pt. 3.
  • Social:
  • Divorce legislation in the United States
  • The
  • case for birth control
  • Minimum and maximum standards of living
  • The
  • spiritual element in social work
  • The
  • moral aspects of national prohibition
  • Liberals and liberalism
  • American liberals and Mexican tyranny
  • Fascism as theory and in practice
  • Equal rights for women
  • The
  • teaching of evolution in the public schools
  • The
  • Supreme Court and the Oregon school case
  • American Catholics and American citizenship
  • "If I were president"
  • Cancellations of war debts and reparations
  • Christian principles of war and peace
  • pt. 2.
  • pt. 1.
  • Economic:
  • From Christian to pagan industrial ethics
  • The
  • church and economic life
  • Catholic teaching on industrial relations
  • The
  • dignity of labor and the duty of the state
  • The
  • injunction in labor disputes
  • The
  • Political:
  • open shop fraud
  • A
  • new task for the labor unions
  • Democratizing industry
  • A
  • constitutional amendment for labor legislation
  • The
  • state and industry
  • Public ownership vs. socialism
  • Fair valuation of public utilities
  • Declining liberty in America: appendix to the foregoing
  • Anthracite profits and anthracite prices
  • pt. 3.
  • Social:
  • Divorce legislation in the United States
  • The
  • case for birth control
  • Minimum and maximum standards of living
  • The
  • spiritual element in social work
  • The
  • moral aspects of national prohibition
  • Liberals and liberalism
  • American liberals and Mexican tyranny
  • Fascism as theory and in practice
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Declining liberty and other papers, by John A. Ryan, D.D., LL.D., Professor of Moral Theology and Industrial Ethics at the Catholic University of America; Professor of Political Science at Trinity College; Professor of Ethics at the National Catholic School of Social Service; Director, Department of Social Action, National Catholic Welfare Conference. Author of "A living wage," "Social reconstruction," "Distributive justice," etc., etc
Publication
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Antecedent source
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  • online resource
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  • cr
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  • rdacarrier
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  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Equal rights for women
  • The
  • teaching of evolution in the public schools
  • The
  • Supreme Court and the Oregon school case
  • American Catholics and American citizenship
  • "If I were president"
  • Cancellations of war debts and reparations
  • Christian principles of war and peace
  • pt. 2.
  • pt. 1.
  • Economic:
  • From Christian to pagan industrial ethics
  • The
  • church and economic life
  • Catholic teaching on industrial relations
  • The
  • dignity of labor and the duty of the state
  • The
  • injunction in labor disputes
  • The
  • Political:
  • open shop fraud
  • A
  • new task for the labor unions
  • Democratizing industry
  • A
  • constitutional amendment for labor legislation
  • The
  • state and industry
  • Public ownership vs. socialism
  • Fair valuation of public utilities
  • Declining liberty in America: appendix to the foregoing
  • Anthracite profits and anthracite prices
  • pt. 3.
  • Social:
  • Divorce legislation in the United States
  • The
  • case for birth control
  • Minimum and maximum standards of living
  • The
  • spiritual element in social work
  • The
  • moral aspects of national prohibition
  • Liberals and liberalism
  • American liberals and Mexican tyranny
  • Fascism as theory and in practice
  • Equal rights for women
  • The
  • teaching of evolution in the public schools
  • The
  • Supreme Court and the Oregon school case
  • American Catholics and American citizenship
  • "If I were president"
  • Cancellations of war debts and reparations
  • Christian principles of war and peace
  • pt. 2.
  • pt. 1.
  • Economic:
  • From Christian to pagan industrial ethics
  • The
  • church and economic life
  • Catholic teaching on industrial relations
  • The
  • dignity of labor and the duty of the state
  • The
  • injunction in labor disputes
  • The
  • Political:
  • open shop fraud
  • A
  • new task for the labor unions
  • Democratizing industry
  • A
  • constitutional amendment for labor legislation
  • The
  • state and industry
  • Public ownership vs. socialism
  • Fair valuation of public utilities
  • Declining liberty in America: appendix to the foregoing
  • Anthracite profits and anthracite prices
  • pt. 3.
  • Social:
  • Divorce legislation in the United States
  • The
  • case for birth control
  • Minimum and maximum standards of living
  • The
  • spiritual element in social work
  • The
  • moral aspects of national prohibition
  • Liberals and liberalism
  • American liberals and Mexican tyranny
  • Fascism as theory and in practice
Control code
615339267
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (x, 350 pages)
Form of item
online
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  • lossless
  • lossy
Media category
  • computer
  • computer
Media MARC source
  • rdamedia
  • rdamedia
Media type code
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  • c
Reformatting quality
  • preservation
  • access
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)615339267
System details
Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.

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