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Excerpt from Justice to All: The Story of the Pennsylvania State Police
To Americans one of the unpleasant features of governmental advance during the last thirty years has been the fact that most of it has been made outside of the United States. We usually have to go to the Old World, or else to the newest world of Australia, or else to our friend and neighbor on the north of us, Canada, to help us out in dealing with the puzzling and impor tant problems, whether social or industrial, that confront us; and the people of the Old World and the newest world do not often come to us in similar fashion. If we desire to learn about cooperative marketing for farm ers, or industrial insurance, or old age pensions, or the proper encouragement and control of corporations, we have to go to Germany, or Denmark, or Australia, or some other nation. These nations do not have to come to us.
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bound: 412 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (April 13, 2017)
isbn: 1330821718, 978-1330821718,
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