Business: Over-Production

"America has already given us that perfection of methods of production. . . . Now we have reached a point where we dare hope . . . that American genius may be able to devise a definite formula which will allow this world to establish a more lasting and satisfactory balance between manufacturer and consumer. . . . For this last problem, as I see it, is the most important practical issue that faces the people of the year 1930." So last fortnight wrote Albert Einstein in a statement for the U. S. Press....

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