Conclusion: We Can Win the Future

Bliven, Bruce; Lerner, Max; Soule, George
April 1943
New Republic;4/19/43, Vol. 108 Issue 16, Special Section p542
Outlines the National Resources Planning Board report on planning in the United States. Report that except as regards the social-security program, they have not been reduced to detail, nor developed to anything like the blueprint stage; View that if the American people can organize the period of peace, if they can apply the techniques of firmness and decisiveness used during the war to the organization of a post-war economy, then they will have a right to feel that they have not only won the war but the future as well; The three aims of the sort the United States is trying to build are, democracy, dynamic economy, and an organization for peace.


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