The following booklet titled “Free Enterprise Will Survive As Long As Man Survives” authored by A.D. Shroff commences by critiquing the Prime Minister’s negative connotations towards free market ventures. In particular, the Prime Minister’s comments of ‘sweeping away’ the Private Sector with a ‘broomstick’ reflect the will to forcefully rid the nation of economic freedom which the author believes will evoke violent reactions. The extension of socialist patterns of governance has been rife with corruption and mismanagement, which the governmental authorities fail to acknowledge through the reports of various parliamentary committees and audit reports. The author further remarks on the government’s proposals of centralizing food grain distribution, whereas the need of the hour requires enhanced food grain production. Further implications of this involve the requirement of working funds costing around 500 crores and the displacement of food traders. The author concludes by highlighting the democratic nature of Indian society which is being constrained by the forced impositions and interventions by the State Trading Corporation.