Big Business, Efficiency and Fascism

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Big Business, Efficiency and Fascism

By Kemper Simpson
Harper, 1941
203 pp. $2.50

"An appraisal of the efficiency of large corporations and of their threat to democracy" in which the author, formerly an economic adviser to the Securities and Exchange Commission, seeks to show that the inefficiency of big business is the gateway to Fascism.

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