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" It will thus carry out with greater freedom, power and success the tasks belonging to it, because it alone can effectively accomplish these, directing, watching, stimulating and restraining, as circumstances suggest or necessity demands. "
Nomination of John J. Carson to be a Member of the Federal Trade Commission ... - Page 22
by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce - 1949 - 268 pages
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Theories of the Labor Movement

Lozovsky, A., Marx, Karl, Stanley Aronowitz, Frank Bechhofer, Melvin K. Bers, Frank Bohn, John T. Dunlop, Neil W. Chamberlain, John R. Commons, Frederick Engels, Alan Dawley, John Kenneth Galbraith, Richard T. Ely, Richard B. Freeman, John H. Goldthorpe, Andreas Gorzewski, Charles A. Gulick, Richard Hyman, Milton Friedman, Rose Friedman, Thomas Taylor Hammond, Frederick H. Harbison, William Haywood, Robert F. Hoxie - 1987 - 395 pages
...tasks belonging properly to it, and which it alone can accomplish, directing, supervising, encouraging, restraining, as circumstances suggest or necessity...therefore, be convinced that the more faithfully this principle of "subsidiarity" is followed and a hierarchical order prevails among the various organizations,...
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Church and State Through the Centuries: A Collection of Historic Documents ...

Sidney Z. Ehler, John B. Morrall - 1967 - 625 pages
...smaller groups the settlement of business of minor importance, which otherwise would greatly distract it; it will thus carry out with greater freedom, power and success the tasks belonging to it alone, because it alone can effectively accomplish these: directing, watching, stimulating, restraining,...
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Soul of the World: Notes on the Future of Public Catholicism

George Weigel - 1996 - 206 pages
...business and problems of minor importance, which would otherwise greatly distract it. Thus it will carry out with greater freedom, power, and success the tasks belonging to it alone, because it alone is qualified to perform them: directing, watching, stimulating, and restraining,...
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A Free Society Reader: Principles for the New Millennium

Michael Novak, William Brailsford, Cornelis Heesters - 2000 - 414 pages
...business and problems of minor importance, which would otherwise greatly distract it. Thus it will carry out with greater freedom, power, and success the tasks belonging to it alone, because it alone is qualified to perform them: directing, watching, stimulating, and restraining,...
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Modern Catholic Social Documents and Political Economy

Albino F. Barrera, OP - 2001 - 352 pages
...having to accomplish what individuals and lower bodies are able to do for themselves: The state . . . will thus carry out with greater freedom, power and...therefore, be convinced that the more faithfully this principle be [sic] followed, and a graded hierarchical order exist between the various subsidiary organizations,...
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The Beating of Great Wings: A Worldly Spirituality for Active, Apostolic ...

Bernard J. Lee - 2004 - 184 pages
...activity is to help individual members of the social body, but never to destroy or absorb them. (#79) Let those in power, therefore, be convinced that the more faithfully this principle of subsidiary function be followed... the more excellent will be both the authority and the...
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The Politics of Civil Society: Neoliberalism Or Social Left?

Frederick Powell, Frederick W. Powell - 2007 - 253 pages
...smaller groups the settlement of business of minor importance, which otherwise would greatly distract it; it will thus carry out with greater freedom, power and success the tasks belonging to it alone. The more faithfully this principle of subsidiary function be followed . . . the greater will...
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Christianity and Civil Society: Catholic and Neo-Calvinist Perspectives

Jeanne Heffernan Schindler - 2008 - 198 pages
...tasks belonging properly to it, and which it alone can accomplish, directing, supervising, encouraging, restraining, as circumstances suggest or necessity...therefore, be convinced that the more faithfully this principle of "subsidiarity" is followed and a hierarchical order prevails among the various organizations,...
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The Soaial and Political Doctrines of Contemporary Europe

...smaller groups the settlement of business of minor importance, which otherwise would greatly distract it; it will thus carry out with greater freedom, power and success the tasks belonging to it alone, because it alone can effectively accomplish these: directing, watching, stimulating, restraining,...
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