By Prof. Hartley L. Lutz
When one puts together the bugaboo of the mature economy, the seduction of the government guarantee and the bludgeon of destructive taxation, their cumulative effect upon the spirit of enterprise is tremendous. That there should be any spark of vitality left would be amazing, were it not for the reflection that people have lived for long periods in the catacombs.
Instead of all the talking and planning that is now heard about how to save or to restore and stimulate the enterprise system after the war, a short and simple formula is offered here as being all that is necessary.
This formula, addressed to every citizen, is as follows: