The Father of Reindustrialization Speaks

October 07, 1980

The need to shore up America's productive capacity is widely recognized these days. Some refer to it as revitalization; some as renewal; I coined the term reindustrialization.

Rebuilding Our Economic Foundations

August 25, 1980

Developmental economics is the study of the evolution of modern economies in preciously underdeveloped countries.

Issues in Science and Technology Logo

Why U.S. Industry Needs Help

August 18, 1980

The man who thought up "deindustrialization" says simply cutting taxed and red tape won't restore U.S. industry to its old bloom.

The Blue Collar Renaissance

July 27, 1980

AMERICANS WHO PLAN their careers, home buying, and otherwise structure their lives on the assumption that America has entered the "post-industrial era" better take another hard look at what is happening.

Reindustrialization: View From the Source

June 25, 1980

As the proud father of the thesis of ''reindustrialization,'' let me rise to its defense. Its potential is currently being clouded by the limitations of ''industrial policy,'' a remote relation, and misintroduced as the son of the post-industrial society, not its ancestor. But before I can set one and all straight, let me first properly present the newcomer.

Productivity: The Human Factor

April 21, 1980

Research on the effects of human factors on productivity is a much neglected field.

The Lack of Leadership: We Found It–In Us

February 23, 1980

"Give me a strong leader" is the number one theme of the current election campaign. From Kennedy to Connally, from Brown to Reagan, Carter has been charged with lack of leadership.

Choose We Must

January 01, 1980

“Can’t we have both social progress and economic progress?” I have often been asked when discussing the conflict in contemporary America between those who seek a quality-of-life society and ;hose who favor rededication to economic growth with groups ranging from industry and labor union leaders to community college students. Cannot America develop new energy). Sources, increase productivity, keep consumer products flowing, and use this country’s growing wealth to purchase an environment, a workplace, and consumer products that are healthier and safer? Cannot America both keep its economy groning and enhance harmony with others, within self, and with nature.

The Morality of School Experience

January 01, 1980

"The Morality of School Experience," in Louis Rubin (ed.), Critical Issues in Educational Policy (Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 1980), pp. 382-396.

Special Memories We Call the ’70s

July 22, 1979

Slow dance and touching. Big bands and dressing up - for tea parties.

Hacia una Teoria Dirigista Del Desarrollo

April 01, 1979

“Hacia una Teoria Dirigista del Desarrollo,” Foro Internacional, Vol. XIX, No. 4 (April-June 1979), pp. 523-539.

Full text here.

Techniques for Conflict Resolution

March 10, 1979

“Techniques for Conflict Resolution,” Psychiatry and Social Science Review 4, No. 3 (March 10, 1970), pp. 25-28. (Roger Fisher, International Conflict for Beginners.)

Contemporary Sociology

March 01, 1979

Contemporary Sociology 3, No. 2 (March 1974), pp. 105-107. (Daniel Bell, The Coming of Post-Industrial Society: A Venture in Social Forecasting.)

How I Tried to Save You $2 Billion

February 18, 1979

This is a story about $2 billion I tried to save taxpayers (I mean you ), how I got chewed up by the bureaucracy and where -- in these inflation-fighting, deficit-cutting days -- this petty cash matter hangs now.

Jimmy Carter’s Lonely Pulpit

January 01, 1979

Despite some recent success in the Mideast peace talks, the President still has to learn that it takes more than a few prayers and public appeals to pass legislation in this mundane world.