Can We Win at Home?

August 1943
New Republic;8/16/43, Vol. 109 Issue 7, p215
Focuses on the economic situation in the United States. Concern of congressional leaders with the rate of inflation and price control; Suggestion of the U.S. President to tax or borrow, from the citizens far more heavily; Impact of tax increase on the middle class; View that a stiff and just tax program can distribute the scarcities according to need; Proposal of a general tax program by congressmen; Significance of the general sales tax; Reports that the U.S. government shall adopt the British system for price control; Significance of the British price-control system.


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