RARE! Economist Stuart Chase Hand Written Letter Dated 1973 Todd Mueller COA
“Economist” Stuart Chase Hand Written Letter Dated 1973. This piece is certified authentic by Todd Mueller and comes with their Certificate of Authenticity. (March 8, 1888 – November 16, 1985) was an American economist, social theorist, and writer. His writings covered topics as diverse as. His thought was shaped by. And by the Communist social and educational experiments being in the Soviet Union around 1930. Chase spent his early political career supporting a wide range of reform causes: the. Chase’s early books, The Tragedy of Waste (1925) and. (1928), were notable for their criticism of. And their advocacy of. In 1929 Chase co-founded. A consumer protection advocacy organization. Chase was born in. To public accountant Harvey Stuart Chase and Aaronette Rowe. His family had been living in New England since the 17th century. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. From 1907 to 1908 and graduated from. In 1910 as a public accountant. After graduating, Chase became part of his father’s accounting firm in Boston. Chase married Margaret Hatfield in 1914 and had two children, Sonia and Robert. He and Margaret were divorced in 1929, and one year later, he married Marian Tyler, a. And staff member at. Who collaborated with him on several of his books; she survived him by three and a half years. In 1917, Chase left accounting and took a position with the Food Administration of the. In the commission, Chase conducted investigations on waste and corruption, one of them being the meatpacking industry with. In 1921, Chase joined, along with economic philosopher Veblen, the. Which later became Technocracy Incorporated, part of the. Chase also worked with the Labor Bureau, an organization that provided services for labor unions and cooperatives. In 1927, Chase traveled to the. With members of the First American Trade Union Delegation and was the co-author of a book that praised Soviet experiments in agricultural and social management. In 1932, Chase wrote. Which became identified with the economic programs of American President. A phrase that he and socialist. Gave to Roosevelt, which he used in his first presidential campaign agenda. He also wrote a cover story in. “A New Deal for America, ” during the week that Roosevelt gave his 1932 presidential acceptance speech promising a new deal. However, whether Roosevelt speechwriter. Saw the magazine is not clear. Chase’s 1938 book The Tyranny of Words was an early perhaps the earliest, predating. And influential popularization of. And was against U. Advocating this position in his 1939 book The New Western Front. After the war, Chase became involved in social science. In 1948, he published The Proper Study of Mankind in which he introduced the social sciences to several college campuses. In a 1952 article, “Nineteen Propositions About Communism, ” Chase criticized the government of the Soviet Union, stating that its citizens, trade unions and farmers “had no power” despite the claims of Communist supporters. Chase also dismissed the. As “our minuscule menace” whose members consisted of a high proportion of frustrated. And plain crackpots as well as some high minded-idealists – a tragic group, this last. To the effect that the. Make the work of the. More difficult by confusing the innocent with the guilty. In the 1960s, Chase lent his support to the. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Historical”. The seller is “historicsellsmemorabilia” and is located in this country: US.