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Germany and the Germans from an American point of view
|Statement||by Price Collier.|
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|Pagination||xii, 498 p.|
|Number of Pages||498|
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Taylor’s work Shop Management had taken three years to be translated, for it had first raised the large question of whether the attitudes and values that underlay his movement were as easily importable as new steel-cutting technologies. Many Germans harbored serious doubts. As the liberal Frankfurter Zeitung observed in , the adoption of American-style methods in industry would have. Thousands Germans spend their weekends trying to live like Native Americans by camping in teepees and addresing themselves with Indian-sounding names. This fascination with Native culture among Germans illuminats something about both cultures.
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