Education: Chicago & Communism

Charles Rudolph Walgreen runs the largest chain of drug stores in the U. S. and prizes the few hours a day he can spare with his family. Each morning in the ivory-colored dining room of his Chicago apartment, overlooking Lake Michigan and the South Shore Country Club, short, bald Drugman Walgreen and his wife take breakfast together. Before Daughter Ruth and Son Charles Jr. were married, they, too, turned up for breakfast. The Walgreens are given to talking much over their eggs. But since Mrs. Walgreen's niece Lucille Norton graduated from a...

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