Tomorrow's Business

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Tomorrow's Business

By Beardsley Ruml
Farrar, 1945
238 pp. $2.50

Mr. Ruml is one of our most articulate observers of economic trends. To an unusual degree he represents a happy, if somewhat unorthodox, combination of theory and practice. In the present volume he ranges widely over problems involving the relations of government and business. Among the interesting points he develops is the assertion that business is itself a form of government.

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