PRIVATE ENTERPRISE AND DEMOCRACY by Charles E. Carpenter

PRIVATE ENTERPRISE AND DEMOCRACY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Jacket, binding, format and title are all formidable, but the content is a very intelligent survey of the failings of the democratic system, along with an obvious desire to find a way out, and to maintain capitalism. He thinks business has the intelligence necessary to save itself, with full cooperation from government. The author is Professor of Law at Southern California, but is no stickler for legalities. He discusses taxes, profit sharing, price adjustment, reforms, social legislation and urges business to tackle these problems in order to preserve our economic system.

Pub Date: Aug. 14th, 1940
Publisher: Longmans, Green