Catalogue of Fears

The day that all prices in the U.S. are frozen—as frozen they seem certain to be (see p. 18)-U.S. business will enter an unfamiliar world. It won't be a world of economic liberty guided by the free play of natural forces. It will be a world without basic economic freedom whose design was traced from a pattern made by economic forces once upon a time—at some date in the spring of 1942.

Whether this new economic world will prove more trying to business than the present trying world of spiraling prices, only the future...

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