ECONOMIC FREEDOM by Charles . Moyes


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Here's a book to start the public thinking along lines that seem at first revolutionary, but -- in competent and same analysis -- are made to seem simply a matter of accomplished facts, and accepting the inevitability of change in a post-war world. Discussion of basic factors of economy, -- public and private debt, savings and investment, prices and wages, supply and demand; the place of capital, of management, of government, the equal dangers of sentimental nostalgia and sentimental -- all viewed from a new angle in relation to a new definition of economic freedom. Some of his suggestions demand more technical knowledge than I possess; but the text as a whole provides the best stimulus of its kind I have met.

Publisher: Harper