...the idea of a "planned economy" has sounded both plausible and attractive to many of the best educated people in the world, unit it was demonstrated, again and again, in innumerable countries and at painful costs, that it does not work.
Thomas Sowell -- Applied Economics
Every expert has conceded long ago that a planned economy achieves the maximum of productive efficiency and that centralization leads to super-industrialization.
Ayn Rand -- Atlas Shrugged
It is my belief that there is only one way to eliminate these evils, namely, the establishment of a planned economy coupled with an education geared toward social goals.
Jay Allison, et al. -- This I Believe
It will combine the efficiency of free enterprise with the generosity of a planned economy," Dagny observed some faces-it took her an effort fully to believe it-who were looking at Galt with hatred.