Training Foreman and Other Leaders in Industry
by James McKinney, D. J. MacDonald, G. F. Buxton, Thomas Diamond & Charles R. Allen - 1924
As we study the problem of living and making a living, each advance we make towards an ideal democracy seems but to open new problems and difficulties. Therefore, while our modern industrial process of securing food, shelter, and clothing has brought untold boons and blessings, it has also given birth to many ills which were unknown to our forefathers of a handcraft age.
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