Main Currents in Modern Economics: Economic Thought Since 1870
by Ben B. Seligman
The Free Press, 1962, 887 pp., $11.75
Unemployment, automation, poverty, the gold drain, taxation policy have pushed economics back to center stage in American social thought. A growing realization of the deficiencies of our economy forces us to try to understand this complicated machinery which generates a fantastic outpouring of goods and services but cannot employ our growing labor force nor move towards economic justice.
Ben Seligman, the distinguished director of research for the Retail Clerks International Union and a veteran contributor to DISSENT,...
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