The State Plan

  title={The State Plan},
  author={Konstantin Katzarov},
Any human activity that is of any real importance needs some thought before it is undertaken. All administration follows a programme. As soon as a project or programme of administration is studied in detail, as soon as it is embodied in precise forms and expands over a longer period, a plan is usually in the making. Planning in this sense is thus nothing new; it has always been known and practised, in every administration and in every undertaking.1 
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