|aThe changing American economy /|cedited by John R. Coleman.
|aWashington, D.C. :|bVoice of America, U. S. Information Agency,|c
|aiii, 293 p. :|bports ;|c21 cm.
|aVoice of America Forum lectures.
|aContents: An economy in flux, by J. R. Coleman -- The market economy today, by B. W. Lewis -- Keeping competition alive, by M. A. Adelman -- Corporations big and small, by A. A. Berle -- The consumer in an affluent society, by J. N. Morgan -- Private sector and public sector, by J. R. Coleman -- Agriculture: puzzles in plenty and poverty, by V. W. Ruttan -- Thr rich, the poor, and others, by G. G. Somers -- Manpower in the American scene, by R. A. Lester -- Progress and power in labor unions, by M. L. Joseph -- Security in an incentive society, by W. J. Cohen -- Can the U. S. avoid depressions and inflation? Fiscal policies, by J. Tobin -- Can the U. S. avoid depressions and inflation? Monetary policies, by G. L. Bach -- Perspective on economic growth, by E. S. Phelps -- Could the U. S. afford disarmament? by M. L. Weidenbaum -- Automation in perspective, by L. Ulman -- The economics of education, by G. S. becher -- The U. S. in world markets, by C. P. Kindelberger -- The U. S. and foreign aid, by M. F. MIllikan -- The individual and the changing economy, by L. S. Silk -- The economics profession today, by H. F. Williamson -- The economy still on trial, by J. R. Coleman.