Making America Over

July 1941
New Republic;7/21/41, Vol. 105 Issue 3, p74
Focuses on the socio-economic conditions in the U.S. Statement that the physical resources and the technology to give everybody in the U.S. a minimum income substantially higher than the average income today; Necessity for social control of national income, with guarantees that no one in the whole population shall have less than the required minimum standard of life; Suggestion that a successful state is one which gives an individual a chance for continuous employment throughout most of his adult life; Increase of income and the insurance of adequate standards of living for the poorest elements in the population; View that the U.S. does not give a sufficient amount or quality of education to enough Americans.


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