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Volume 2, Issue 1 (1973)

Book Review

pp. 44—45

Many of the current books on humanistic education support the belief that if you cannot operationally and concretely define a commodity, its existence is in doubt. The Zahorik and Brubaker book to the contrary introduces a humanistic position in a reasonably clear, operational and readable fashion.

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