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Constable & Co, London - first edition, 1969. Hardcover, 8¾" x 5½", with dust jacket. Notes written across rear endpapers. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Green cloth-bound boards with silver title to spine. Civilisation implies that the individual should exchange some of his freedom for the benefits of wealth and security that a centrally organised society can confer. But how much freedom does the individual have to give up to the State in order to secure these benefits? In this book a number of men and women, all eminent in their chosen way of life, give us their views about authority as it relates to their particular sphere (religion, science, education, civil administration, law, armed services, sport, media etc.). The opening essay by Roger Holmes (of LSE) deals with 'The Psychology of Authority' sets the stage.