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The art of remaking men

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The world is full of difficult people. The question is how to change them.

Every society, capitalist, socialist, communist, faces the dilemma of how to make men unselfish. Men like Mao Tse-tung have tried and failed. Is there a key to producing this new type of man? There is, says the author of this book, and goes on to show how the three drives of man for sex, security and success can be transformed to remake nations.

Canadian-born Dr. Paul Campbell was on the staff of Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit. For twenty years he was personal physician and associate of Dr. Frank Buchman, initiator of Moral Re-Armament. He also worked closely with the late Peter Howard with whom he collaborated in writing 'Remaking Men' in 1954, which was published in fifteen languages. His last book, 'Modernising Man' (1968) has been described as 'unexpected and thought-provoking'.

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English

Publication
1970
Pages
106
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Himmat Publications Trust
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