INDUSTRY: Worst Foot

Sitting in solemn convention in Manhattan's Hotel Waldorf-Astoria last week was the "Congress of American Industry," annual session of the National Association of Manufacturers. If the delegates, some 2,000 strong, were not all Business, at least they were a big slice of it, representatives of the employers of one-half of the country's industrial labor. However, meeting at a time when for the first time in five years the New Deal had been set back on its heels—by a new depression—they were in a new position. For the voice of Business, although far...

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