Date of Award
Bachelor of Arts
The greatest problem facing the world today is
that of attaining a proper distribution of productive
power, both within nations as well as between them. It
is one that has been with us for the past sixty or so
years; and our inability to arrive at a proper solution
to it bas already involved us in one momentous war, and
threatens to do so again. Knowledge of past economic development
reveals this; a close examination of our present
economic impasse substantiates it.
Hutcheson, Harold, "The world economic scene in perspective" (1934). Honors Theses. 261.