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The stagnant society

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Publisher: 'This is the most outspoken, sensible and sympathetic account of what has gone wrong in the unions that I have ever read ' - R. H. S. Crossman in the New Statesman'His suggested reforms, too, seem eminently sensible- indeed the chief. .. characteristics of the whole book are its clarity and common sense'-Sunday Telegraph'It should be compulsory reading for politicians, employers, and trade unionists '- Nora Beloff in the Observer'Mr Shanks has produced a challenging and most timely book. It is excellently written, in clear, crisp, and businesslike prose . .. What Mr Shanks says about more technological and technical training and research and development is all excellent'-Sir Roy Harrod in the Financial Times'It contains much shrewd and effective criticism'-Guardian Leader.
Date: 1962.
Place: Harmondsworth, Middlesex
The book was published in 1962
Language: English

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Labor Unions > Great Britain, Labor And Laboring Classes > Great Britain, Great Britain > Economic Policy,

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On its publication as a Penguin Special The Stagnant Society received such extraordinary notice from the press that it has been decided to republish as a Pelican this constructive and well-informed comment on the social, economic, and political attitudes of Britain.Publisher: 'This is the most outspoken, sensible and sympathetic account of what has gone wrong in the unions that I have ever read ' - R. H. S. Crossman in the New Statesman'His suggested reforms, too, seem eminently sensible- indeed the chief. .. characteristics of the whole book are its clarity and common sense'-Sunday Telegraph'It should be compulsory reading for politicians, employers, and trade unionists '- Nora Beloff in the Observer'Mr Shanks has produced a challenging and most timely book. It is excellently written, in clear, crisp, and businesslike prose . .. What Mr Shanks says about more technological and technical training and research and development is all excellent'-Sir Roy Harrod in the Financial Times'It contains much shrewd and effective criticism'-Guardian Leader.
Date: 1962.
Place: Harmondsworth, Middlesex
Edition description:
'This is the most outspoken, sensible and sympathetic account of what has gone wrong in the unions that I have ever read ' - R. H. S. Crossman in the New Statesman'His suggested reforms, too, seem eminently sensible- indeed the chief. .. characteristics of the whole book are its clarity and common sense'-Sunday Telegraph'It should be compulsory reading for politicians, employers, and trade unionists '- Nora Beloff in the Observer'Mr Shanks has produced a challenging and most timely book. It is excellently written, in clear, crisp, and businesslike prose . .. What Mr Shanks says about more technological and technical training and research and development is all excellent'-Sir Roy Harrod in the Financial Times'It contains much shrewd and effective criticism'-Guardian Leader
Number of pages: 236
Language: English

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