The Problem of Ordered Society March 31, 1929

Dean Roscoe Pound, Harvard Law School, March 31, 1929
“The problem of ordered society could not be discussed today with as much confidence as a century ago. The investigation by a commission into law enforcement proposed by Pres. Hoover will bring all the elements together where they can be thought of intelligently and coherently.
“It is important that men not only be well governed but that they know how, and why, they are governed, and build on the belief that they are well governed. The patient, logical investigation of facts and the bringing to bear on these facts of coherent, intelligent, objective thinking would give society mastery over its problems.”

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