1a For other instances see "The Tragedy of Waste," by Stuart Chase, Macmillan; Chapter V of "Capitalism and Its Culture," by Jerome Davis.

    1 Oxford University Press, 1934.

    2 H. Bergson, "Two Aspects of Morals and Religion," H. Holt & Co.

   3 "The Philosophy of 'As If'," by H. Vaihinger, p. XXX, Harcourt, Brace & Co., New York, also an address by John Dewey to the American Philosophical Association, January, 1935.

    4 See the essay on St. Francis in "Affirmations," by Havelock Ellis. Houghton, Mifflin, Boston. Also Samuel Butler's "Erewhon," E. P. Dutton Co., New York. "What is European Civilization," by Wilhelm Haas, Oxford University Press, 1929.

    5 "Social Decay and Regeneration," by R. Austin Freeman, Constable. London, 1921; "Men and Machines," by Stuart Chase pp. 350-335, Macmillan; Chapter VIII of "Technics and Civilization." by Lewis Mumford, Harcourt, Brace & Co., New York, 1934.

    6 Alexis Carrel "Man the Unknown," Harper & Bros., pp. 114-116, 154, 155.

    7 Ibid,.pp. 233, 303, 304.

    8 See "The Great Society," by Graham Wallas. Macmillan; "A Study of History," by Arnold Toynbee, Vol. III, Oxford University Press; "Technics and Civilization," by Lewis Mumford, Ch. VIII, Harcourt & Co., New York; "Capitalism and Its Culture," by Jerome Davis, Ch. IV: "The Modern Corporation and Private Property," by Berle and Means.

    9 Thorstein Veblen, "Theory of the Leisure Class." Vanguard Press, New York.

    10 "The Journal and Essays of John Woolman," ed. by Amelia M. Gummere, Macmillan, London, 1932.

    10a Presidential address at St. Louis meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. See New York Times, Dec. 31, 1935.

    11 Munera Pulveris, World Classics Library, Oxford University Press, and other editions.

    12 In "Affirmations," by Havelock Ellis, Houghton. Mifflin, Boston.

    13 Anonymous, published by Macmillan, London, 1923.

    14 "Property: A Study in Social Psychology," by Ernest Beaglehole, Alien & Unwin, London, 1931.

    15 "The Christian Attitude Toward Private Property." by Vida D. Scudder (a pamphlet), Morehouse Pub. Co., Milwaukee, Wis.; cf. also Chapter VI of "Our Economic Morality," by Harry F. Ward, Macmillan.

    16 Essay on "Property and Personality," by Henry Scott Holland, in "Property, Its Duties and Rights," edited by Charles Gore, Bishop of Oxford, Macmillan, London, 1915.

    17 "The Theory of the Leisure Class," by Thorstein Veblen, Vanguard Press.

    18 See the psychologists, Wm. McDougal and A. G. Tansley, also R. V. Feldman's book, cited below. The loss of self-respect is one of the greatest harms wrought by unemployment.

    19 "The Domain of Selfhood." by R. V. Feldman, p. 95, Alien & Unwin, London, 1934.

    20 "See "Lectures on Conditioned Reflexes," by J. P. Pavlov, Oxford University Press; also Henry E. Garrett, "Great Experiments in Psychology," Century Co., New York, 1936.

    21 "Experiments on Experimental Neurosis in Sheep," by O. D. Anderson and H. S. Liddell, 34 Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry, No. 2, p. 330.

    22 See the Bhagavad Gita. There are several translations; that of Sir Edwin Arnold (The Song Celestial), Charles Johnson. Annie Besant, D. G. Muckerji, Arthur Ryder.

    23 "Unto This Last," World's Classics Series, Oxford University Press, and other editions.

    24 See "The Franciscan Adventure," by Vida D. Scudder, E. P. Dutton Co., New York, 1931; "The Romanticism of St. Francis," by Father Cuthbert, Longmans. Green, 1915.

    For further reading see "Personal Economy and Social Reform," by H. G. Wood, Student Christian Movement, London, 1910; "Christianity and Economic Problems," by Kirby Page and others, Association Press, New York City, 1922; "Ventures in Simpler Living," by D. J. Fleming, International Missionary Council, New York City; "The Simple Life," by Charles Wagner; "The Faith and Practice of the Quakers." by Rufus M. Jones, Methuen, London, and Geo. H. Doran Co., New York; the Tao Teh King of Lao Tse; the passages on asceticism in "Varieties of Religious Experience," by William James, Longmans, Green; "Property: Its Duties and Rights," by Bishop Charles Gore and others, Macmillan, London, 1915; and the Sermon on the Mount.