DESIGN FOR RECOVERY by Donald Mitchell Marvin


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This book is planned for the citizen puzzled over the possibility of finding a way out of the morass of public debt and government interference, toward stability, security, recovery. There is a good deal of sound criticism, and of constructive suggestion -- the shifting of the burden of relief to the production of new capital, the realignment of the facts and figures of public debt, the development of new markets, the creation of a world bank, and so on, while not new, are here presented for the average reader. In some respects, their criticism is glib, their suggestions idealistic, and many of the connecting links are left up in the air. But it is clear, concise, and challenges attention.

Pub Date: April 26th, 1939
Publisher: Harper