Continental Committee on Technocracy
From Kook Science
The Continental Committee on Technocracy was a short-lived technocratic group, formed by Harold Loeb and other members of the Committee on Technocracy in 1933, formally adopting policies, the Plan of Plenty, on 4 July 1933 at the committee's "First Continental Congress" held at Estes Park, Colorado, which included such economic plans as imposing limits on production in order to raise prices in industry and agriculture. Of interest, the CCT took funding from the Civil Works Administration (CWA) to carry out statistical surveys, which proved to be their most lasting contribution to the movement, as the group had disbanded by 1936, just three years after being founded.
- Technocracy: Plan Adopted by Continental Committee on Technocracy, July 4th, 1933., https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=uiug.30112007793117&view=1up&seq=244 (in Professional Engineer, v.3, 1933)
- Technocracy: The Plan of Plenty, Los Angeles: Continental Committee on Technocracy, 1933
- Loeb, Harold; Polakov, Walter Nicholas; Frazer, Felix J. (1935), The Chart of Plenty: A Study of America's Product Capacity Based On the Findings of the National Survey of Potential Product Capacity, New York: The Viking Press