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Author photo. E.F. (Fritz) Schumacher - Photograph by Peter Beckett from cover of Small Is Beautiful

E.F. (Fritz) Schumacher - Photograph by Peter Beckett from cover of Small Is Beautiful

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Born in Germany, Dr. E. F. Schumacher (1911-1977) fled to England after the rise of Nazism and, with the help of John Maynard Keynes, taught economics at Oxford University. He is the author of Small Is Beautiful, the book that "changed the way many people think about bigness and its human cost" (New York Times).
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