It shall be the responsibility of the Research Committee to initiate studies into the principles of business policy and of public policy which will foster the full contribution by industry and commerce in the post-war period to the attainment of high and secure standards of living for people in all walks of life through maximum employment and high productivity in the domestic economy. All research is to be thoroughly objective in character, and the approach in each instance is to be from the standpoint of the general welfare and not from that of any special political or economic group.
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Publication information: Book title: Postwar Taxation and Economic Progress. Contributors: Harold M. Groves - Author. Publisher: McGraw-Hill Book Co.. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 1946. Page number: 411.
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