The Nonsense of Planning
Publisher: One Big Union Monthly
Year Published: 1937
Resource Type: Article
Cx Number: CX10499
The literature dealing with the problems of a planned economy has attained proportions comparable only with those of the depression which brought it forth. In all this welter of thought, we may distinguish three main currents: one which stands for the possibility of capitalist planning, another which denies it on principle, and a third which hovers between these extremes and finds its champions both in the bourgeois and socialist camps.