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The Mainspring of Human Progress

The Mainspring of Human Progress

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Author: Henry Grady Weaver Published: 1947 ~Freedom is the primary catalyst for progression and achievement. This book provide an overview of accomplishments throughout history which demonstrate the importance and value of freedom.

Henry Grady Weaver was born at Eatonton, Georgia, December 24, 1889. He received his B.S. from Georgia Tech in 1911, and held a series of jobs in various phases of the automobile industry until 1921. That was the year he went with General Motors. He soon became head of its Customer Research Staff and was of sufficient importance in his field to be the Time magazine "cover man" for its issue of November 14, 1938.

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Author: Henry Grady Weaver Published: 1947 ~Freedom is the primary catalyst for progression and achievement. This book provide an overview of accomplishments throughout history which demonstrate the importance and value of freedom.

Henry Grady Weaver was born at Eatonton, Georgia, December 24, 1889. He received his B.S. from Georgia Tech in 1911, and held a series of jobs in various phases of the automobile industry until 1921. That was the year he went with General Motors. He soon became head of its Customer Research Staff and was of sufficient importance in his field to be the Time magazine "cover man" for its issue of November 14, 1938.

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The Mainspring of Human Progress
By HENRY GRADY WEAVER
Published March, 1953
 Mainspring:
Copyright 1947 by Talbot Books. This revised edition of 
 Mainspring:
Copyright 1953 by the Foundation for Economic Education,Inc.Printed in U.S.A.Permission to reprint
Mainspring,
in whole or in part, is hereby granted bythe publisher and copyright holder.
The Mainspring of Human Progress1
 
TABLE OF CONTENTSAbout the AuthorPART ONE--COMPARISONS & CONTRASTS1. Puzzling Questions2. The Great Multiplier3. Networks and PitfallsPART TWO--THE OLD WORLD VIEWS4. The Pagan View5. Socialism and (or) Communism6. The Living Authorities7. The Static CenterPART THREE--THE REVOLUTION8. The First Attempt9. Compromise10. The Second Attempt11. Prelude to Third Attempt12. The Third Attempt13. Roots of Revolution
By HENRY GRADY WEAVER2
 
14. The Unknown Individual15. The New Model16. Unplanned Planning17. The Revolution SpreadsPART FOUR--FRUITS OF FREEDOM18. Inventive Progress19. Hope versus Fear20. Moral versus Material21. Freedom versus WarAPPENDIXReferencesBibliographyIndexTHE AUTHOR AND THE BOOK
 Henry Grady Weaver was born at Eatonton, Georgia, December 24, 1889. He received his B.S. from Georgia Tech in 1911, and held a series of jobsin various phases of the automobile industry until 1921. That was the year he went with General Motors. He soon became head of its Customer  Research Staff and was fudged of sufficient importance in his field to be the
Time
magazine "cover man" for its issue of November 14, 1938.
By HENRY GRADY WEAVER3

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