And Now Where Are We?

by Ordway Tead - 1940

AMERICAN OPINION IS NOT YET clearly agreed as to whether the depression of the last ten years was just one more of the same or whether it marked the end of an era. The progressive shifting of the European countries away from their familiar autonomies has, however, lent color to the view that this depression has in reality been one of the premonitory signs of a world revolution which is taking somewhat different form in different places. As a revolution it is to be understood, of course, not as inevitably accompanied by physical violence but as involving an underlying and relatively rapid change in institutional relationships accompanied by changes in people's habits of thought as to social values.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 7 Number 55, 1940, p. 11-13 ID Number: 14113, Date Accessed: 9/19/2020 7:24:34 AM

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