tailieunhanh - Economic Policy Thoughts for Today and Tomorrow phần 6

60 KINH TẾ CHÍNH SÁCH Và họ đang mua từ những người khác đang sản xuất và bán các mặt hàng mà các nhà sản xuất đạn dược muốn. Những người khác tạo thành một nhóm thứ hai. Và nhóm thứ hai này xem xét lạm phát là rất tốt cho kinh doanh. | 48 ECONOMIC POLICY at what prices to sell them. The workers got the order to work in a definite factory and they received wages which the government decreed. The whole economic system was now regulated in every detail by the government. The Betriebsfuhrer did not have the right to take the profits for himself he received what amounted to a salary and if he wanted to get more he would for example say I am very sick I need an operation immediately and the operation will cost 500 Marks then he had to ask the fiihrer of the district the Gaufuhrer or Gauleiter whether he had the right to take out more than the salary which was given to him. The prices were no longer prices the wages were no longer wages they were all quantitative terms in a system of socialism. Now let me tell you how that system broke down. One day after years of fighting the foreign armies arrived in Germany. They tried to preserve this government-directed economic system but the brutality of Hitler would have been necessary to preserve it and without this it did not work. And while this was going on in Germany Great Britain during the Second World War did precisely what Germany did. Starting with the price control of some commodities only the British government began step by step in the same way Hitler had done in peacetime even before the start of the war to control more and more of the economy until by the time the war ended they had reached something that was almost pure socialism. Great Britain was not brought to socialism by the Labour government which was established in 1945. Great Britain became socialist during the war through the government of which Sir Winston Churchill was the Interventionism 49 prime minister. The Labour government simply retained the system of socialism which the government of Sir Winston Churchill had already introduced. And this in spite of great resistance by the people. The nationalizations in Great Britain did not mean very much the nationalization of the Bank of .

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