Victory City


Social and Political Issues

Built by the free enterprise system, the Victory Cities will tend to promote capitalism in a very substantial way. If all the present trends continue, including the tendency of the old obsolete cities to accelerate their rate of growth outward towards each other, consolidating all the former farmland into a disorganized entanglement of commercial strips, subdivisions, one floor industrial parks, drive-ins, slums, auto graveyards and junkyards, etc. — if all this continues, then disaster can only be averted by the creation of some form of Victory City, where an entirely new city is put into one large, neat, highly-organized package, under one central management.

If private enterprise fails to do this, then government will have to. Private enterprise can do it more efficiently and economically working unhampered by the politics and bureaucratic red tape that government will inevitably bring to the project.

At the first sign of success of Victory City, other rival development groups will no doubt be formed, giving people the choice of living in Victory Cities, the rival cities or the old obsolete cities. This competition will stir all three categories to do their best to promote efficiency and a higher standard of living everywhere.

It should be the future policy of Victory City to buy up as much farmland as possible to conserve it and also provide building sites for future Victory Cities. Perhaps 50-60 years from now, there will be enough new Victory Cities built each year to provide apartments for all the new families created in one year, so that the old obsolete cities will no longer have any growth at all. These will be the turnaround years, after which the old cities will actually decline in population.

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