What Price Control Means

July 1941
New Republic;7/28/41, Vol. 105 Issue 4, p104
Focuses on the problem of price control in the U.S. Comments on the article "Price Control in England," by A. Wyn Williams in the issue, which emphasizes on price control in wartime; Description of various methods of price control; Need to have a comprehensive plan of price control, capable of being put into effect promptly and of being fairly and energetically administered; Method to control crop prices at the farm; Problem of price disparity in crop prices; Opposition by Labor Party to price control; Need to enlarge the supply of commodities and limit the purchasing power of the population.


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