Originally published as Drivmakter i historia. Giertsen, 1959.
|Statement||translated from the Norwegian by Einar Haugen.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||217|
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Driving Forces in History. on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Driving Forces in cturer: Publisher. Wilentz writes approvingly that “the driving force in American political history has been the effort to curb the power of concentrated wealth, whether the power of the slaveholders or the power. The book takes the position that the most interesting problems of economic organization relate to the intersection of the entrepreneurial and capitalist functions. The capitalist-entrepreneur performs what Mises called "economic calculation," linking the theory of the firm to the general problem of resource allocation in a complex dynamic. OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published as Drivmakter i historia. Giertsen, Description: pages ; 22 cm: Contents: What is it that Changes in History --Causes in History --Religion as a Social Force --The Spirit of Cooperation in State and Nation --Economic Forces --Class Consciousness --Revolt and Obedience --The Advancing Power of the State --War as a Destroyer .