WHAT OF TOMORROW? by Ogden Mills


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Taken mostly from his speeches, defending the constitution, life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness; in agreement in part with certain policies of the Administration but calling the New Deal an old deal tried over and over again in history; warning of the dangers of great expenditures of money, of the unbalanced budget and the vesting of so much power in the hands of one man; stating his views and beliefs in a free press, open discussion and stable currency, unemployment insurance, international cooperation in trade and commerce, and against planned economy and revolutionary changes without popular mandate-bureaucratic control. Straightforward constructive criticism in clear style by one who speaks as an authority. Market -- students of government, Republicans, Independents and unprejudiced Democrats who take their politics seriously.

Pub Date: Jan. 15th, 1935
Publisher: Macmillan