An Effort at Appraisal
by William H. Kilpatrick - 1925
The problem raised in this study is no simple one of devices. It cuts much deeper and in this depth lies its difficulty, because it involves in varying aspects one of the most fundamental of human problems—how to relate the individual to the larger group. Throughout history is to be seen the struggle to maintain freedom through law and institution. Without using institutional forms, the individual can neither co-operate effectively with his fellows nor derive adequate profit from the experience of his forebears.
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