La legislation en 1895: La conciliation et l'arbitrage devant les parlements actuels (Documents sociologiques: extraits de la Revue catholique des institutions et du droit). Hector Lambrechts

A. P. Winston
1896 Journal of Political Economy  
to educate them into capable and independent men, and to develop them by all possible means, without asking what will be the immediate result of such development" (p. 374). A variety of industries, from the small shop, still surviving, to the great factory, are described for the purpose of showing the successive stages of evolution and the unlike fate of the resourceful artisan and his conservative or slow-witted, even though skillful, neighbor. The book is at all points suggestive, and M. de
more » ... estive, and M. de Rousiers presents his facts with a Frenchman's skill as to clearness and logical arrangement, but it may perhaps be thought he has committed an error no less characteristic in regarding too little the native English temperamnent and too much the English system of education in explaining the British artisan's adaptability. If English workmen are, as he says, superior to all others in initiative and resource, the fact cannot be regarded as resulting from immediate educational influences. If this is really an educational result, the educational process has been a process of ages. A. P. WINSTON. La legislation en 1895, and La conciliation et l'arbitrage devanzt les parlements actuels (Documents sociologiques; extraits de la Revue cathiolique des institutions et du droit).
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