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By David Mccord Wright
McGraw-Hill, 1951
246 pp. $3.25

An informal and lively defense of capitalism. Following Schumpeter and White-head, Professor Wright's constant stress is upon change, and on the failure of capitalism's critics to take adequate account of the problems of growth in society.

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