Business: Politics & Statistics

Held in Prague 14 years ago at the suggestion of Czechoslovakia's Founder-President Masaryk was the first International Management Congress. Last week, for its seventh get-together, the International Management Congress convened in the U. S. for the first time. Somewhat self-conscious about their messages of international cooperation, all but one of the 2,000 delegates from 21 nations tactfully avoided reference to last week's Czechoslovakian crisis. The one was Robert J. Watt, American Workers' Delegate to the International Labor Office. To avoid further offending visitors, five paragraphs of his speech relating to "Fascistic brutality"...

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