RECOVERY: Co-operation Un-co-ordinated

Co-operation Uncoordinated

While Big Business, at the conference of the National Association of Manufacturers was proclaiming its new-found passion to cooperate with the New Deal in Manhattan last week (see p. 49) the Council for Industrial Progress, called by President Roosevelt's Coordinator for Industrial cooperation, met in Washington with not a single top-notch business leader in attendance. Prime reason for Big Business' boycott of this first post-Election attempt to devise a substitute for NRA was that the Coordinator for Industrial Co-operation is big, smooth, hairy-fisted Major George Leonard Berry, who is...

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