Crete 1941: Germany's lightning airborne assault by Peter Antill, Howard Gerrard

By Peter Antill, Howard Gerrard

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But where so many of the presuppositions of 1919 were crumbling, the intellectual leaders of the utopian school stuck to their guns; and in Great Britain and the United States -- and to a lesser degree in France -- the rift between theory and practice assumed alarming dimensions. Armchair students of international affairs were unanimous about the kind of policy which ought to be followed, both in the political and in the economic field. Governments of many countries acted in a sense precisely contrary to this advice, and received the endorsement of public opinion at the polls.

Xi. conclusion. 2 Ibid. Book IV. ch. ii. 3 Quoted in J. M. Keynes, A Tract on Monetary Reform, p. 7. -43- economically right is also morally right. " 1 The assumption of a general and fundamental harmony of interests is prima facie so paradoxical that it requires careful scrutiny. In the form which Adam Smith gave to it, it had a definite application to the economic structure of the eighteenth century. It presupposed a society of small producers and merchants, interested in the maximisation of production and exchange, infinitely mobile and adaptable, and unconcerned with the problem of the distribution of wealth.

2 -44- postponed the class issue, with its insistence on the primary importance of equitable distribution, by extending to members of the less prosperous classes some share in the general prosperity; and by creating a sense of confidence in present and future wellbeing, it encouraged men to believe that the world was ordered on so rational a plan as the natural harmony of interests. " 1 The tacit presupposition of infinitely expanding markets was the foundation on which the supposed harmony of interests rested.

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