Business: Remarks

As it was before, so it was last week, only perhaps more so. Again, the most memorable remarks of the week came neither from apostle nor statesman but from a Detroit manufacturer. Henry Ford first remarked that he did not know how rich he was, that he did not care a damn. "I don't give a damn," he shouted to the eager U. S. as represented by honest newsmen. "No, not a damn." Then he remarked, casually, pontifically, that Hoover was the man (see p. 7). Then he remarked that he and son Edsel...

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