Monday, June 8, 2015

The Managerial Revolution, by James Burhnam

I made the point the last time I posted about a book I had acquired - that easier access to the progressives' own history is necessary in order to hinder their further progress.

And yes, I can confirm that my copy is not missing any pages as is so common with books like this. I have not read it fully yet, so it would be premature of me to write about it from my current position. The great thing about Burnham was not that he rejected communism, but he kept going by rejecting all forms of statism and ended up being a positive force for the advance of Liberty. Far too many others have rejected communism only to embrace some other form of statism.