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Revival: A World Production Order (1935)

1st Edition

By F. M. Wibaut


244 pages

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This book is to prove that at this present time, with our conditions of production, periodically recurrent depressions, with all their consequences are inevitable. This book shows a way that such depressions can be avoided, and will suggest a way towards a world production scheme which is fitted to serve the interests of men.

The statistical data to support the arguments made in this book were supplied by Professor Dr. J. Tinbergen, and Mr. D. Groenveld, Eng.

Table of Contents

Preface Foreward 1. Character of the Present Production System 2. The Building of the World Production Order 3. Credit and Circulation of Money 4. Socialisation 5. The Crossroads APPENDICES

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