by Dean Wallace B. Donham and the Harvard Business Faculty ( Harvard University Press, 1938).
The Future of Man, optimism from present pessimism: " Twilight Of Man, by E. A. Hooton, Harvard anthropologist ( Putnam, 1939); " The Fate Of Homo Sapiens: An unemotional Statement of the Things that are happening to him now, and of the immediate Possibilities confronting him", by H. G. Wells ( Secker and Warburg, London, 1939).
Other Recommended Books: " Rain Upon Godshill", by J. B. Priestley ( William Heinemann, 1939). A long chapter on the state of England. Duplicity in high places and stupidity in low ones. Our national life . . . riddled with complacency, snobbery, hypocrisy, stupidity. Not only have we had, for years, a rich-tired-old-man government, but behind that government there has been a rich-tired-old-man mentality. For the last twenty years we have been governed for the benefit of the City.
" Disgrace Abounding", by Douglas Reed ( Jonathan Cape, 1939), assails the stupidity and venality of England's leaders who in control of the world have brought it to its present state. " Light Out Of Darkness", by Clarence C. Hatry ( Rich and Cowan, London, 1939). The great English financier, after ten years of contemplation in prison, outlines a plausible plan to bring peace to Europe. " Our Present Discontents", by W. R. Inge ( Putnam, 1939); " Democracy And World Dominion", by E. D. Schoonmaker ( Richard Smith, 1939); " The Deadly Parallel", by C. Hartley Grattan ( Stackpole, 1939); " Why Meddle In Europe?" by Boake Carter ( McBride & Co., 1939). November 14, 1939
The most recent book on propaganda is " War Propaganda and the United States", by Harold Lavine, editorial director of the Institute of Propaganda Analysis, and James Wechsler, published by Yale University Press, 1940. It brings the subject up through the early months of 1940.
Peter F. Drucker "The End of Economic Man" is mentioned in Bul #13, Lawrence Dennis' "Dynamics of War and Revolution" in Bul #71.
E. A. Hooton latest book, "Why Men Behave Like Apes and Vice Versa", a revision of his 1939 Vanuxem lectures at Princeton on body and behavior, was published by the Princeton University Press, 1940.