The Press: Economic Quarterly

Every Thursday for some time a group of men interested in economic problems has been meeting at the New School for Social Research. Their leaders have been young William McChesney Martin Jr., out of Yale four years and a member of the New York Stock Exchange, and Joseph Mead, of Standard Statistics, Inc. The group organized itself into the Economic Forum (dues: $5), is forming committees to do research work into current problems. Excited by all the discussion, Leader Martin, whose father is Governor of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, decided...

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