The forgotten man, and other essays: Sumner, William.
Ideologues have exploited this ambiguity in order to consolidate the power of the few, political office-holders, at the expense of the many—who Sumner refers to as “the Forgotten Man”—whose.
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Regulation costs the Forgotten Man. As early as 1883, Sumner could write, “each party takes turns, according as it is in or out, supporting or denouncing the non-interference theory.”.
Book Overview Contains 33 selections of William Graham Sumner's most important essays, such as The Forgotten Man, The Conquest of the United States by Spain, Sociology, The Bequests of the Nineteenth Century to the Twentieth, The Absurd Effort to Make the World Over and Laissez-Faire.
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Sumner's definition is as follows:.. . I want to show you what manner of man he is. I call him the Forgotten Man. Perhaps the appellation is not strictly correct. He is the man who never is.
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