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Government in Business
Government in Business
By Stuart Chase
Macmillan, 1935, 296 pp

Like most of the author's books, this new volume is distinguished by its command of the facts and the stimulating character of the argument. He shows how, during and since the war, governments have been forced to go further and further into the domain of business. He analyzes the implications of this development and attempts to find some norm for the relationship of public and private enterprise.