THERE is abundant evidence that much of the present-day industrial unrest arises from the ready acceptance of fallacious economic ideas by many of those engaged in industry. The need for sound teaching in the first principles of economics of a character withinthe ready understanding of working men and women, and of all who help to form public opinion, is acute, and Mr. Gough has rendered a valuable service in helping to satisfy this need.
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F, A. Half-past Twelve: Dinner Hour Studies for the Odd Half-Hours . Nature 105, 611 (1920). https://doi.org/10.1038/105611b0