Business: Congress of Industry

While another cinema version of Sinclair Lewis' Babbitt was opening throughout the land last week, U. S. businessmen were putting on a great show of their own in Manhattan. Claiming to represent 70,000 manufacturers throughout the land, they met, cocktailed, dined and elucidated their tenets of sound economics. Im-pressed by the resounding title of Congress of American Industry, metropolitan editors sent newshawks scurrying to the Waldorf-Astoria to record economic history in the making. When columns and columns of the news reports were printed one editor...

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