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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Scott, Howard, b. 1893.
Introduction to technocracy.
New York, The John Day Co. [©1933]
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Howard Scott; Continental Committee on Technocracy.
|Notes:||On cover: The only authorized presentation.
"Material for this book assembled and edited by Frederick L. Ackerman, Harold Ward, M. King Hubbert and Dal Hitchcock."--Page .
|Description:||61 pages 21 cm|
|Contents:||Foreword / Continental Committee on Technocracy --
Some basic definitions --
Newton's three laws of motion --
The two laws of thermodynamics --
Part one : The technologist looks at the Depression --
Part two : Integrating the physical sciences in attacking social problems --
A selected reading list for laymen from the literature of science --
A note on the work of Thorstein Veblen.
|Responsibility:||by Howard Scott, and others; with an introductory statement by the Continental Committee on Technocracy, and a selected reading list for laymen from the literature of science.|