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Small is Still Beautiful

Hardback|Jun 2001
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E.F. Schumacher argued that our current pursuit of profit and progress which promotes giant organizations has resulted in gross economic inefficiency, environmental pollution and inhumane working conditions. He proposed a system of intermediate technology, based on smaller working units and...


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E.F. Schumacher argued that our current pursuit of profit and progress which promotes giant organizations has resulted in gross economic inefficiency, environmental pollution and inhumane working conditions. He proposed a system of intermediate technology, based on smaller working units and regional workplaces, utilizing local resources.;This follow-up book by his daughter takes up the themes of economic and political smallness for the new millennium. It offers an alternative to global consumerism.
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"More than a quarter of a century ago, E. F. Schumacher rang out his timely warning that rampant consumerism would result in gross economic inefficiency, pollution and inhumane working conditions. In a world that places a larger burden than ever on the planet which sustains it, his voice of reason resounds with even greater urgency today." "Joseph Pearce develops Schumacher's legacy while taking up the themes of economic and political 'smallness' for our day. He continues Schumacher's clarion cry against the idolatry of giantism by highlighting the beauty of smallness. When economic, political or social structures are too large, they become impersonal and unresponsive to human needs and aspirations. In such an environment individuals feel dispossessed, voiceless, powerless and alienated."--BOOK JACKET. Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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E.F. Schumacher argued that giant organisations cause economic inefficiency, environmental pollution and inhumane working conditions. Pearce develops Schumacher's legacy while taking up the theme of economic and political smallness for our day.
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