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Fostering and Suppressing Business Leadership: A Present-Day American Example


by David Snedden - 1935

It is the author’s belief that a variety of social pressures have been developing in the United States in recent years which tend to have two effects: first, to discourage generally the early development of that class of workers whom the older economists called entrepreneurs, and who are in this paper referred to as enterprisers; and second, especially to quench the aspirations of those potential enterprisers who combine superior abilities for business leadership with sensitive desires for public approval—that is, the more altruistic kinds of leaders in large economic enterprises.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 36 Number 5, 1935, p. 361-371
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 7383, Date Accessed: 10/19/2019 11:03:24 AM

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