T A K E N l i teral ly , there is hardly any slogan that makes less sense than that of "production for use versus production for profi t ." I t seems to imply that the products of our economic machine, say for instance the bread produced by the National Biscuit Company, are not being used or that they are being abused. But even i f we overlook the l i te ra l meaning of the slogan and concentrate on what the slogan intends to say, we w i l l find that i t has several not necessarily compatible mean­ ings.