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Second Thoughts On James Burnham - Summary
... Orwell summarises Burnham's ideas in The Managerial Revolution and The Machiavellians and highlights a few inconsistencies ... He believed Burnham was fascinated by power and was sympathetic to Nazi Germany while they appeared to be winning, but by 1945 had transferred his sympathy to the U.S.S.R ... Orwell considers that Burnham differs from most other thinkers in trying to plot the course of future developments, and with the benefit of hindsight he identifies ...
Burnham-on-Sea Railway Station
... Burnham-on-Sea railway station at Burnham-on-Sea was the terminus of the Burnham branch of the Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway ... Opened as Burnham by the Somerset Central Railway on 3 May 1858, it was renamed in 1920 ...
Burnham, Lincolnshire
... Coordinates 53°38′N 0°24′W / 53.64°N 0.40°W / 53.64 -0.40 Burnham Burnham OS grid reference TA057171 Civil parish Thornton Curtis Unitary authority North Lincolnshire Ceremonial ...
Apthorp Farm - The Apthorp
... William Burnham rented it from 1839, maintaining it as the somewhat genteel roadhouse called "Burnham's Mansion House" A large parcel of the southern part of the Apthorp farm extending north ... The Van del Heuvel house, partly rebuilt after a fire but as "Burnham's" still occupying a full city lot between 78th and 79th Streets, west of Broadway to West End Avenue, was ...
Second Thoughts On James Burnham - Background
... Burnham (1905–1987) was an American popular political theorist, who published The Managerial Revolution, in 1941 ... Orwell's article appeared as "Second Thoughts on James Burnham" in Polemic No 3 in May 1946 and in various essay collections, as "James Burnham and the Managerial Revolution" in a pamphlet printed by the ... Orwell discussed Burnham's work again in a further essay "Burnham's View of the Contemporary World Struggle" published in 1947 ...

Famous quotes containing the word burnham:

    ... black progress and progress for women are inextricably linked in contemporary American politics, and ... each group suffers when it fails to grasp the dimensions of the other’s struggle.
    —Margaret A. Burnham (b. 1944)