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Economists and the Depression

by Broadus Mitchell - 1936

THE chief thing that has happened to American economists since the World War is that they have become aware really for the first time of the claims of a co-operative as against a competitive system. My acquaintance among them is not as wide as I would like, but, based upon what I do know of their writings, speeches, and conversation, I think this is a safe generalization.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 2 Number 7, 1936, p. 215-217
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 13307, Date Accessed: 1/18/2020 6:00:33 PM

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