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Low, David Alexander Cecil, 1891-1963 :Solving the problem with a cork. Planned capitalism as it is seen developing today is being based upon restriction of output rather than increased consuming power. (A voice). 21 March 1934.

Reference Number: NON-ATL-C-0113

A large machine marked 'Production of plenty', with a cork blocking its steam outlet. A committee of top-hatted men, with two goats is consulting a paper marked economics of scarcity (and private profits).

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Ink drawings and Caricatures, related to Sir David Alexander Cecil Low, The Evening Standard (English newspaper), England, Poverty, Capitalism, Businessmen, Machinery and Goats.

Part of:
Low, David Alexander Cecil, 1891-1963 :Solving the problem with a cork. Planned capitalism as it is seen developing today is being based upon restriction of output rather than increased consuming power. (A voice). 21 March 1934., Reference Number NON-ATL-C-0113 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 original cartoon(s)Ink, crayon & pencil, 334 x 468 mm (sheet size). Single art work

Conditions governing access to original: Partial restriction - Under copyright. Library may have copyright holder's address.

Other copies available: Colour laser printIn Drawings & Prints under Artist/Title (DFP-007790)

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