About the author: Dr. Samuel Schneider received his PhD in Philosophy from New York University. He is the author of An Identification, Analysis and Critique of Thorstein B. Veblen's Philosophy of Higher Education (Mellen, 1998)
1998 0-7734-2233-1 This work identifies Veblen's philosophy of higher education as a special application of his social philosophy. It identifies, analyzes and critiques the philosophy's conceptual structure and theoretical groundwork
1998 0-7734-8329-2 This study examines the story of the success of three outstanding economists - William Z. Ripley, Frank A. Fetter, and John R. Commons - in convincing legislatures, courts, and the public of the need for and value of progressive ideology and action in the fight against monopoly and pricing practices, in particular against United States Steel Corporation.