The "Partnership" Principle

April 1943
New Republic;4/19/43, Vol. 108 Issue 16, Special Section p538
Focuses on issues related to government control and economic expansion in the United States. Report that the term control has been investigated by the Congress and the press with sinister and unpopular meanings; View that operation and ownership by the government are recognized and traditional forms of socialism; Forms of control; Democratic participation as an another sense in which the administrative process can remain democratic without ceasing to be technically efficient; Suggestions of the National Resources Planning Board report that there should be citizen representation and participation on appeal agencies.


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