Postwar Planning in Britain

Madge, Charles
February 1944
New Republic;2/21/44, Vol. 110 Issue 8, p237
Focuses on postwar economic planning in Great Britain. Information on a debate on coal-mining industry; Competition between plans on behalf of the state, organized industrialists and organized labor; Details of the National Plan for Industry; Promotion of an Economic Parliament to deal with major industrial problems; Viewpoint of the leaders of the trade-union movement on postwar control of industry; Statement that institutional conservatism stands between the planners and their dreams.


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