Business & Finance: Manufacturers' Convention

In Manhattan, the annual convention of the National Association of Manufacturers "resoluted" on an unusually wide variety of topics. Its "Platform of American Industry, 1924" advocated freedom for individual initiative and a halt in governmental control of business; deplored "dishonesty in high places"; defended the Supreme Court; condemned unnecessary taxation; favored the compilation and distribution of current trade information; declared tor complete freedom in making and maintaining voluntary employment agreements, without respect to compulsory membership or nonmembership in any organization; urged fair treatment for the railways and continuance of the Transportation Act;...

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