An Economic Program for a Living Democracy:; A Capitalistic Approach to a Semisocialist Democratic Society in which Laws will be Molded, Not to Repress, but to Conform to, Natural Human Motivations; a Society in Which Both Public and Private Enterprise Will Survive, Each Operating in Those Areas Where it is Most Efficient, Free from Hampering Coercive Controls. Irving H. Flamm.

An Economic Program for a Living Democracy:; A Capitalistic Approach to a Semisocialist Democratic Society in which Laws will be Molded, Not to Repress, but to Conform to, Natural Human Motivations; a Society in Which Both Public and Private Enterprise Will Survive, Each Operating in Those Areas Where it is Most Efficient, Free from Hampering Coercive Controls.

New York: Liveright Publishing Corporation, (1942). First edition. 8vo, 342pp; green cloth. Near fine in a lightly rubbed dust jacket with a couple of small tears and a fingernail puncture to the front hinge. Item #205226

A capitalist approach to a planned economy. This copy has been inscribed by the author to Glen H. Taylor, the liberal democratic senator from Idaho who would run for Vice President in 1948 on the Progressive Party ticket alongside Henry Wallace. Printed tri-fold prospectus for the book laid in.

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