War Within Man
by Erich Fromm
Publisher: ERIC 1963
Number of pages: 61
There are many who believe that men are sheep; there are others who believe that men are wolves. Both sides can muster good arguments for their positions. Those who propose that men are sheep have only to point to the fact that men are easily influenced to do what they are told, even if it is harmful to themselves.
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