Letters: Dec. 15, 1930

GOOD INTENTIONS Sirs:

It is said that you can talk a man into a hospital and out of it again.

It may also be said that you can talk business into a blue funk. And that is what many newspapers seem to be trying to do.

I have before me a recent issue of a New-York newspaper. Its first three pages are largely devoted to signals of distress. More than a dozen headlines call attention to "business depression." "jobless," "the homeless," etc.

I am all for helping those who need help during these trying times,...

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