Business: Detroit's Drive

Things were astir in Detroit last week. Businessmen lunching at the Recess Club were glad to forget the lambasting their favorite industry received during the first two months of the year. That U. S. automobile production had dropped 40% from the same period in 1931, that February's output had been 2,000 below January instead of showing the usual gain, did not worry them as much as it had. Their thoughts were on the present and future instead of the past. In the present was the industry's big spring sales drive, to be mightier than...

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