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"Modern European and American history is centered around the effort to gain freedom from the political, economic and spiritual shackles that have bound men." p. 1

"However, submission is not the only way of avoiding aloneness and anxiety. the other way, the only one which is productive and does not end in an insoluble conflict, is that of spontaneous relationship to man and nature, a relationship that connects the individual with the world without eliminating his individuality." p. 29

"Thus the mode of life, as it is determined for the individual by the peculiarity of an economic system, becomes the primary factor in determining his whole character structure, because the imperative need for self-preservation forces him to accept the conditions under which he has to live." p. 16

"Our aim will be to show that the structure of modern society affects man in two ways simultaneously: he becomes more independent, self reliant...

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