Thinkers and Treasurers, Part II & III

Authors

  • Barrows Dunham

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-007-07-1955-11_7

Keywords:

Philosophy

Abstract

The treasurer, we have said, tries to collect the greatest amount of dues from the greatest number of people. He does this better, as a rule, by persuading people to pay rather than by coercing them. And anyway, if he does use coercion, he has to justify it. Some theorizing is unavoidable: if he fails to explain, the membership will begin to suspect that he fears to.

Published

1955-11-07

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Section

Articles