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. . . And the Facts

of profits in their hands. Evidently we need a policy of development in which the production programme must he geared to the needs of the masses and it is difficult to see how this is going to inhibit growth unless we consider the existing property relations as sacrosanct. Unless the link between concentration of property in the hands of the rich and the process of income generation in their favour in consequence is snapped, there is no possibility of influencing the structure of production in a manner which will ensure growth on the basis of distributive justice.

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