What Happened to the Economic Crisis?

  • Leo Huberman
  • Paul M. Sweezy
Keywords: Political Economy

Abstract

In mid-May of this year, we wrote that "there is a very real possibility of an economic crisis in the near future." (MR, June 1952, p. 38.) Actually, there have been few signs of such a crisis in the intervening period. Was our analysis cockeyed, or did some new factor intervene to change the situation? It seems possible now to answer this question with reasonable assurance.
Published
1952-10-01
Section
Review of the Month