Three Propositions...
17 in HIGH x 10.875 in WIDE
(43.18 cm HIGH x 27.62 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Poster has purple ink printed on cream colored paper. At the top is "three propositions rest at the bottom of the / accepted wisdom about the U.S. economy." The three props are: 1) the marketplace is or could be an evenhanded regulator of economic affairs. 2) profit-making is a rational guide for investment and production. 3) economists have a bag of tricks that can be used to produce a stable full-employment economy. The poster argues that all of these propositions are fallcies and proposes a different social system. The text is an excerpt from an article written by Harry Magdoff for the December 30, 1979 edition of the New York Times.
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