One night last week a radio voice was saying: "No honest stockholder in any company wants profits derived from compromise with right, nor would he willingly permit, much less expect, any act to be performed by any one representing the company, from the president to the office boy, which he would not himself be willing to perform. This is a position which cannot be too strongly stated. It is a platform on which I have always stood like the rock of Gibraltar. . . ."

Many a radio owner, having dialed into this discourse...

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