Business & Finance: The Chamber Sums Up

A special committee of the Chamber of Commerce of the U. S. gave President Coolidge their view of what policies are vital for the welfare of American business. The Committee included Julius H. Barnes, A. C. Bedford, Lewis E. Pierson, Charles E. Weed, Willis H. Booth, John H. Fahey, F. L. Kent. These Committeemen did the talking at the conference, while President Coolidge was almost exclusively a listener.

The policies advocated by the Committee were in general identical with " programs" outlined in past meetings of the Chamber of Commerce. They included the...

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