Blood and Soil: Walther Darre and Hitler's Green Party by Anna Bramwell

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The Army would therefore approve of, or even insist on, a wide margin of profit at the outset in order to insure the best initial effort of management, while the general staff was perfecting its technical control of industry through the installation of army officers in strategic posts in industrial and financial management. But the Army would stand for no nonsense about economic or constitutional freedom for individuals to thwart military plans. And as soon as the mechanics of paying the large paper profits allowed at the start proved a difficulty, the Army would end or modify the profit system as the demands of military success might indicate.

Can the system carry the depression and keep us out of the next war? and Can the system survive our participation in another war? Back in the halcyon years between 1923 and 1929 it was the custom to boast that American workmen had too much self-respect to accept the dole and that American capitalists had too much spunk to stand for British taxation. After England went off the gold standard in September, 1931, American conservatism still found occasion to give thanks that we were not as other men were: our Constitution would not allow us to go off the gold standard.

The Army would therefore approve of, or even insist on, a wide margin of profit at the outset in order to insure the best initial effort of management, while the general staff was perfecting its technical control of industry through the installation of army officers in strategic posts in industrial and financial management. But the Army would stand for no nonsense about economic or constitutional freedom for individuals to thwart military plans. And as soon as the mechanics of paying the large paper profits allowed at the start proved a difficulty, the Army would end or modify the profit system as the demands of military success might indicate.

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