Prosperity After the War

Woytinsky, W. S.
July 1944
New Republic;7/31/44, Vol. 111 Issue 5, p130
Analyzes the economic consequences in the U.S. after the end of World War II. Opinion that by the end of the war the nation will possess a possible $250 billion in savings and liquid reserves--several times the amount of its pre-war annual income; Prediction of inflationary situation that may exist in the U.S. after the war; Argument that most of the holders of war savings have definite plans for their utilization after the war is over; Economic impact of war savings, which may further aggravate the inflationary problem; Overshadow of the worldwide depression on the minds of many people in the U.S.


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