An essay on obedience in industry, based on a spy mission in 1898, affected military attitudes in the following century

Maida, Richard P.
February 1999
Military History;Feb99, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p18
Profiles propagandist Elbert Green Hubbard. Practice of propaganda in the dawning of the 20th century; Description of his essay which influenced military attitudes; His biography.


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