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Revi2wed by WAL TFR TROHAN
In one of the mo~t interesting and
ambitious books of this season, the di:-.
tinguishcd journali t, Henry I-1 11litl, puts
his thinking mind to the evolution of a
rational basis of private and public ethics.
Perhaps he did so because, '' hilc ethics
have occupied thinkers for 25 centuries,
no period of world history -.tands in...