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THEY WANT TO KNOW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The Managing Director of the National Association of Manufacturers, in conjunction with this organization's Director of Publication, provide here the answers to some questions posed by college students. And here, in a sleek to smug oversimplification which is insistently critical of all forms of governmental legislation, levies, and spending, is the voice of big business in a onceover of depression, prosperity, jobs, venture capital, profits, monopolies, tariff, natural resources, patents, planned economy, the welfare state, social security, etc. The finality of opinion -- ""There is no form of welfare the Federal Government can provide for the people that they cannot provide for themselves in their own communities better and more effectively"" leaven no room for argument -- or does it ?. Who dat dey anyway?

Pub Date: Feb. 19th, 1952
Publisher: Farrar, Straus & Young