The following booklet titled “Is Socialism The Right Path” and authored by S.H. Batlivala commences by highlighting the need for enhanced cooperation between private and public sectors, which have been diluted in light of the imposition of taxes on private industries and investors. The author further denounces the proposal of embarking on a ‘socialistic pattern of economy’ which relies on a model of top-down decision making with bureaucratic yes-men who have no authority to imbibe innovation in the work process. The demand for fixing a ceiling on income only serves to demoralize and arrest the growth of industries, proving counter-productive to the objective of benefiting the working classes. The author complements such statements by providing examples from nations like the United States and United Kingdom whose trade unions do not oppose the payment of bonuses to higher ranking employees. Contrarily, the Soviet Union, after embarking on such a proposal, has reported increasing disparity of income.