RECOVERY: From Study Windows

In Chicago last week gathered some 2,000 economists, sociologists, statisticians and political scientists to attend meetings of a dozen learned societies, tell each other and the nation how the New Deal looks from their study windows. In rapid-fire order the following theoreticians made the following points:

Ohio State's Dean Walter James Shepard, president of the American Political Science Association: "The ideology of the New Deal is illogical, inconsistent and turbid. Its program is a mass of undigested and contradictory experiments. It veers first to the right, then to the left. It embodies...

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