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- Part I: Family Life and Early Background
- Chapter 1: An American Family
- Chapter 2: Origins
- Chapter 3: Youth and Experience
- Chapter 4: Initiation Into Politics
- Chapter 5: The Early Years, 1894–1900
- Chapter 6: Entering the Business World
- Chapter 7: The Early Years, 1901–1916
- Part II: James P. Goodrich the Consummate Politician
- Chapter 8: The Political Years
- Chapter 9: The 1916 Campaign
- Chapter 10: Years As Governor, 1917–1921
- Chapter 11: The Middle Years, 1916–1923
- Chapter 12: The Great Russian Famine, 1921–1923
- Chapter 13: Emissary to Russia
- Chapter 14: Return to Russia, 1925
- Part III: Businessmen With the Midas Touch
- Chapter 15: The 1920s
- Chapter 16: The 1930s
- Chapter 17: Companies! Companies! Companies!
- Chapter 18: Ayrshire Collieries Corporation
- Chapter 19: The Ecologist
- Chapter 20: The Later Years, 1940–1960
- Chapter 21: The Later Years, 1960–1973
- Part IV: Pierre F. Goodrich Crusader and Philosopher
- Chapter 22: Associations and Causes
- Chapter 23: Wabash College
- Chapter 24: The Mont Pelerin Society
- Chapter 25: A Scholar’s Life
- Chapter 26: Education In a Free Society
- Chapter 27: Moral, Political, and Metaphysical Beliefs
- Chapter 28: Why Liberty?
- Chapter 29: Liberty Fund, Inc.
- Part V: The Goodriches Assayed
- Chapter 30: Who Was Pierre F. Goodrich?
- Chapter 31: Defining Influences
- Chapter 32: Why Did They Work So Hard? Work, Ideas, Citizenship, and Virtue
- Chapter 33: Epilogue
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|Hesiod||Works and Days|
|Thucydides||History of the Peloponnesian Wars|
|Plato||Apology, Crito, Gorgias, Meno|
|Aristotle||Ethics, Poetics, Politics|
|Marcus Tullius Cicero||De Legibus, De Officiis, De Republica|
|Bible||Old Testament, New Testament|
|Tacitus||History of Germany|
|St. Augustine||Confessions, Concerning the Teacher, On Music|
|St. Thomas||Of the Teacher, Treatise on Laws|
|Gerard Zerbolt of Zutphen||The Imitation of Christ|
|Thomas á Kempis||The Imitation of Christ|
|Martin Luther||Ninety-Five Theses, Commentary on Galatians, Of Christian Liberty, Babylonian Captivity of the Church, The Christian Nobility of Germany|
|John Calvin||Institutes of the Christian Religion (especially “The Letter to the King of the French” and “The Twentieth Institute”), Commentary on Romans, Commentary on Daniel, Commentary on Galatians|
|John Locke||Second Treatise on Civil Government, Letter on Toleration|
|Montesquieu||The Spirit of the Laws|
|David Hume||Political Essays|
|Adam Smith||The Wealth of Nations|
|William Blackstone||On the Nature of Laws in General|
|Immanuel Kant||Foundations of the Metaphysics of Morals, Perpetual Peace, Critique of Pure Reason|
|Johann Wolfgang von Goethe||Faust, Egmont|
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|Max Farrand, ed.||The Records of the Federal Convention of 1787|
|Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay||The Federalist Papers|
|Daniel Webster and B. H. Liddell Hart||Conscription|
|John Stuart Mill||On Liberty|
|Jacob Burckhardt||Force and Freedom|
|Lord Acton||Freedom in Christianity, Freedom in Antiquity, Letters to Bishop Creighton, Massacre of St. Bartholomew, Protestant Theory of Persecution|
|Eugen von Bohm-Bawerk||Capital and Interest|
|Hugo Leichtentritt||Music, History, and Ideas|
|Roscoe Pound||The Development of Constitutional Guarantees of Liberty, Jurisprudence|
|Ludwig von Mises||Human Action, Socialism|
|Leonard Read||Government, an Ideal Concept|
|Dean Russell||The Conscription Idea|
|Richard M. Weaver||Ideas Have Consequences|
|F. A. Hayek||The Constitution of Liberty|
|Henry Hazlitt||The Failure of the “New Economics,” The Critics of Keynesian Economics|
|Felix Morley||Freedom and Federalism|
|Wilhelm von Röpke||A Humane Economy|
|Pierre F. Goodrich||“Why Liberty?” “Education Memorandum”|
|Gottfried Dietze||The Federalist|
The Gods of the Copybook Headings
Pierre F. Goodrich often gave a copy of Rudyard Kipling’s poem “The Gods of the Copybook Headings” to friends and associates. The pamphlet he gave, which contained the poem, also included the following introduction.
What are the foundations of our beliefs and actions? History has built the civilization we enjoy by accumulating small pebbles of wisdom based upon experience. Every once in a while, some misguided action tears down years or centuries of progress by ignoring or misunderstanding the basic truths that underlie all that has gone before.
Rudyard Kipling, with his gift as a poet and prophet, has put this into focus in his poem, “The Gods of the Copybook Headings.” Although written in 1919, it is pertinent to the conditions that exist in the world today. His “Gods of the Copybook Headings” are, in effect, those rules of human conduct that are so well defined by centuries of experience that they have become immutable. To disregard them, says Kipling, will inevitably lead to failure and destruction.
- As I pass through my incarnations in every age and race,
- I make my proper prostrations to the Gods of the Market-Place.
- Peering through reverent fingers I watch them flourish and fall,
- And the Gods of the Copybook Headings, I notice, outlast them all.
- We were living in trees when they met us. They showed us each in turn
- That Water would certainly wet us, as Fire would certainly burn:
- But we found them lacking in Uplift, Vision and Breadth of Mind,
- So we left them to teach the Gorillas while we followed the March of Mankind.
- We moved as the Spirit listed. They never altered their pace,
- Being neither cloud nor wind-borne like the Gods of the Market-Place;
- But they always caught up with our progress, and presently word would come
- That a tribe had been wiped off its ice-field, or the lights had gone out in Rome.
- With the Hopes that our World is built on they were utterly out of touch.
- They denied that the Moon was Stilton; they denied she was even Dutch.
- They denied that Wishes were Horses; they denied that a Pig had Wings.
- So we worshipped the Gods of the Market Who promised these beautiful things.
- When the Cambrian measures were forming, They promised perpetual peace.
- They swore, if we gave them our weapons, that the wars of the tribes would cease.
- But when we disarmed They sold us and delivered us bound to our foe,
- And the Gods of the Copybook Headings said: “Stick to the Devil you know.”
- On the first Feminian Sandstones we were promised the Fuller Life
- (Which started by loving our neighbour and ended by loving his wife)
- Till our women had no more children and the men lost reason and faith,
- And the Gods of the Copybook Headings said: “The Wages of Sin is Death.”
- In the Carboniferous Epoch we were promised abundance for all,
- By robbing selected Peter to pay for collective Paul;
- But, though we had plenty of money, there was nothing our money could buy,
- And the Gods of the Copybook Headings said: “If you don’t work you die.”
- Then the Gods of the Market tumbled, and their smooth-tongued wizards withdrew,
- And the hearts of the meanest were humbled and began to believe it was true
- That All is not Gold that Glitters, and Two and Two make Four—
- And the Gods of the Copybook Headings limped up to explain it once more.
. . . . . . .
- As it will be in the future, it was at the birth of Man—
- There are only four things certain since Social Progress began:—
- That the Dog returns to his Vomit and the Sow returns to her Mire,
- And the burnt Fool’s bandaged finger goes wabbling back to the Fire;
- And that after this is accomplished, and the brave new world begins
- When all men are paid for existing and no man must pay for his sins,
- As surely as Water will wet us, as surely as Fire will burn,
- The Gods of the Copybook Headings with terror and slaughter return!
AMAX Corporation, Englewood, Colo.
- History of the Ayrshire Collieries Corporation
- History of Patoka Coal Company
Foundation for Economic Education, Irvington-on-Hudson, N.Y.
- Leonard Read Papers
- Pierre F. Goodrich Papers
Hanover College, Hanover, Ind.
- Percy E. Goodrich Collection
Harvard University Law School Archives, Cambridge, Mass.
Herbert Hoover Presidential Library, West Branch, Iowa
- Felix Morley Collected Papers
- James P. Goodrich, “Diary of Various Trips to Russia”
- James P. Goodrich, “Manuscript on Various Trips to Russia, 1921–1922.”
- James P. Goodrich Papers
Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.
- American Relief Administration Personnel Records
- Frank A. Golder Collection
- Friedrich A. Hayek Collection
- Mont Pelerin Society Papers
- Pierre F. Goodrich Collection
Indiana Commission on Public Records, Indianapolis, Ind.
- Dissolved Corporations of Indiana
Indiana Historical Society Library, Indianapolis, Ind.
- Down in Indiana (newsletters of Percy E. Goodrich)
Indiana State Library, Indianapolis, Ind.
- James E. Watson Collection
- James P. Goodrich Collection (Years as Governor, 1917–1921)
- William Harrison Hays Collection
Liberty Fund, Indianapolis, Ind.
- Minutes of the Board of Directors of Liberty Fund, Inc.
- Pierre F. Goodrich, “Education Memorandum,” May 12, 1969
- Pierre F. Goodrich, Liberty Fund Basic Memorandum
- Various files of Pierre F. Goodrich
Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Ind.
- Benjamin A. Rogge Collection
- Frank Sparks Collection
- Great Books Foundation Collection
- Pierre F. Goodrich Collection
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