Making Capitalism Work

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Making Capitalism Work

By Dexter Merriam Keezer and Associates
McGraw-Hill, 1950
316 pp. $3.50

Starting from the premise "that Capitalism is the best way of economic life for the United States of America," the authors of this optimistic book set forth the steps--reforms as well as safeguards--which must be taken to preserve and advance capitalism.

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