Crowds A Moving-Picture of Democracy
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Crowds A Moving-Picture of Democracy

By Gerald Stanley Lee
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  • CROWDS
  • A MOVING-PICTURE OF DEMOCRACY
    • BY
  • GERALD STANLEY LEE
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • BOOK ONE
    • CROWDS AND MACHINES
  • CHAPTER I
    • WHERE ARE WE GOING?
  • CHAPTER II
    • THE CROWD SCARE
  • CHAPTER III
    • THE MACHINE SCARE
  • CHAPTER IV
    • THE STRIKE—AN INVENTION FOR MAKING CROWDS THINK
  • CHAPTER V
    • THE CROWD-MAN—AN INVENTION FOR MAKING CROWDS SEE
  • CHAPTER VI
    • THE IMAGINATION OF CROWDS
  • CHAPTER VII
    • IMAGINATION ABOUT THE UNSEEN
  • CHAPTER VIII
    • THE CROWD'S IMAGINATION ABOUT THE FUTURE
  • CHAPTER IX
    • THE CROWD'S IMAGINATION ABOUT PEOPLE
  • CHAPTER X
    • A DEMOCRATIC THEORY OF HUMAN NATURE
  • CHAPTER XI
    • DOING AS ONE WOULD WISH ONE HAD DONE IN TWENTY YEARS
  • CHAPTER XII
    • NEW KINDS AND NEW SIZES OF MEN
  • BOOK TWO
    • LETTING THE CROWDS BE GOOD
  • CHAPTER I
    • SPEAKING AS ONE OF THE CROWD
  • CHAPTER II
    • IS IT WRONG FOR GOOD PEOPLE TO BE EFFICIENT?
  • CHAPTER III
    • IS IT WRONG FOR GOOD PEOPLE TO BE INTERESTING?
  • CHAPTER IV
    • PROSPECTS OF THE LIAR
  • CHAPTER V
    • PROSPECTS OF THE BULLY
  • CHAPTER VI
    • GOODNESS AS A CROWD-PROCESS
  • CHAPTER VII
    • THOUGHTS ON BEING IMPROVED BY OTHER PEOPLE
  • CHAPTER VIII
    • MAKING GOODNESS HURRY
  • CHAPTER IX
    • TOUCHING THE IMAGINATION OF CROWDS
  • CHAPTER X
    • THE STUPENDOUS, THE UNUSUAL, THE MONOTONOUS, AND THE SUCCESSFUL
  • CHAPTER XI
    • THE SUCCESSFUL
  • CHAPTER XII
    • THE NECKS OF THE WICKED
  • CHAPTER XIII
    • IS IT WRONG FOR GOOD PEOPLE TO BE SUCCESSFUL?
  • CHAPTER XIV
    • IS IT SECOND RATE FOR GOOD PEOPLE TO BE SUCCESSFUL?
  • CHAPTER XV
    • THE SUCCESSFUL TEMPERAMENT
  • CHAPTER XVI
    • THE MEN AHEAD PULL
  • CHAPTER XVII
    • THE CROWDS PUSH
  • CHAPTER XVIII
    • THE MAN WHO SAYS HOW, SAYS HOW
  • CHAPTER XIX
    • AND THE MACHINE STARTS
  • BOOK THREE
    • LETTING THE CROWD BE BEAUTIFUL
  • PART ONE
    • WISTFUL MILLIONAIRES
  • CHAPTER I
    • MR. CARNEGIE SPEAKS UP
  • CHAPTER II
    • MR. CARNEGIE TRIES TO MAKE PEOPLE READ
  • CHAPTER III
    • MR. NOBEL TRIES TO MAKE PEOPLE WRITE
  • CHAPTER IV
    • PAPER BOOKS, MARBLE PILLARS, AND WOODEN BOYS
  • CHAPTER V
    • THE HUMDRUM FACTORY AND THE TUMPTY-TUM THEATRE
  • PART TWO
    • IRON MACHINES
  • CHAPTER I
    • STEEPLES AND CHIMNEYS
  • CHAPTER II
    • BELLS AND WHEELS
  • CHAPTER III
    • DEW AND ENGINES
  • CHAPTER IV
    • DEAD AS A DOOR NAIL!
  • CHAPTER V
    • AN OXFORD MAN AND AN INCH OF IRON
  • CHAPTER VI
    • THE MACHINES' MACHINES
  • CHAPTER VII
    • THE MEN'S MACHINES
  • CHAPTER VIII
    • THE BASEMENT OF THE WORLD
  • CHAPTER IX
    • THE GROUND FLOOR FOLKS
  • CHAPTER X
    • THE MACHINE-TRAINERS
  • CHAPTER XI
    • MACHINES, CROWDS, AND ARTISTS
  • PART THREE
    • PEOPLE-MACHINES
  • CHAPTER I
    • NOW!
  • CHAPTER II
    • COMMITTEES AND COMMITTEES
  • CHAPTER III
    • THE INCONVENIENCE OF BEING HUMAN
  • CHAPTER IV
    • LETTING THE CROWD HAVE PEOPLE IN IT
  • BOOK FOUR
    • CROWDS AND HEROES
  • CHAPTER I
    • THE SOCIALIST AND THE HERO
  • CHAPTER II
    • THE CROWD AND THE HERO
  • CHAPTER III
    • THE CROWD AND THE AVERAGE PERSON
  • CHAPTER IV
    • THE CROWD AND PIERPONT MORGAN
  • CHAPTER V
    • THE CROWD AND TOM MANN
  • CHAPTER VI
    • AN OPENING FOR THE NEXT PIERPONT MORGAN
  • CHAPTER VII
    • AN OPENING FOR THE NEXT TOM MANN
  • CHAPTER VIII
    • THE MEN WHO LOOK
  • CHAPTER IX
    • RULES FOR TELLING A HERO—WHEN ONE SEES ONE
  • CHAPTER X
    • WHO IS AFRAID?
  • CHAPTER XI
    • THE TECHNIQUE OF COURAGE
  • CHAPTER XII
    • THE MEN WHO WANT THINGS
  • CHAPTER XIII
    • MEN WHO GET THINGS
  • CHAPTER XIV
    • SOURCES OF COURAGE FOR OTHERS—TOLERATION
  • CHAPTER XV
    • CONVERSION
  • CHAPTER XVI
    • EXCEPTION
  • CHAPTER XVII
    • INVENTION
  • CHAPTER XVIII
    • THE MAN WHO PULLS THE WORLD TOGETHER
  • CHAPTER XIX
    • THE MAN WHO STANDS BY
  • CHAPTER XX
    • THE STRIKE OF THE SAVIOURS
  • CHAPTER XXI
    • THE LEAGUE OF THE MEN WHO ARE NOT AFRAID
  • BOOK FIVE
    • GOOD NEWS AND HARD WORK
  • PART ONE
    • NEWS AND LABOUR
  • PART TWO
    • NEWS AND MONEY
  • PART THREE
    • NEWS AND GOVERNMENT
  • CHAPTER I
    • OXFORD STREET AND THE HOUSE OF COMMONS
  • CHAPTER II
    • OXFORD STREET HUMS. THE HOUSE HEMS
  • CHAPTER III
    • PRESIDENT WILSON AND MOSES
  • CHAPTER IV
    • THE PRESIDENT SAYS YES AND NO
  • CHAPTER V
    • THE PRESIDENT SAYS "LOOK!"
  • CHAPTER VI
    • THE PEOPLE SAY "WHO ARE YOU?"
  • CHAPTER VII
    • THE PEOPLE SAY "WHO ARE WE?"
  • CHAPTER VIII
    • NEWS ABOUT US TO THE PRESIDENT
  • CHAPTER IX
    • NEWS-MEN
  • CHAPTER X
    • AMERICAN TEMPERAMENT AND GOVERNMENT
  • CHAPTER XI
    • NEWS-BOOKS
  • CHAPTER XII
    • NEWS-BOOKS II
  • CHAPTER XIII
    • NEWS-PAPERS
  • CHAPTER XIV
    • NEWS-MACHINES
  • CHAPTER XV
    • NEWS-CROWDS
  • CHAPTER XVI
    • CROWD-MEN
  • EPILOGUE
    • THE BEGINNING.
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