Business: First Grand Audit

U. S. Business was assembled in Washington last week for its first grand audit of the New Deal. From the length & breadth of the land went 1,400 businessmen for the 22nd annual meeting of the U. S. Chamber of Commerce. Behind the Chambermen and their fellow capitalists lay a year of solid recovery. In 1933 they had assembled with their hearts in their throats and despair in their hearts. Last week their hearts were almost back to normal. President Henry Ingraham Harriman keynoted on "American Progress under American Methods."

The progress was indisputable....

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