Wednesday, April 14, 2010
Present War and Post-War: The Future of Industrial Man, Chapter 9 pt 3
“The facts, institutions and beliefs of this, our present war society will be the foundation of our post-war peace society.” This is both a positive and a negative statement for Drucker. Certainly he appreciated the camaraderie, the sacrifice the hard work elicited by the war. But he also know that the war economy was a planned economy. He wanted little to do with such thing.