National Affairs: Receiving Line

Into the receiving line which Wendell Willkie keeps for tired Democrats, two college presidents stepped last week: Union's Dixon Ryan Fox and Hamilton's William Harold Cowley. Neighbors Fox and Cowley, both of whom voted for Franklin Roosevelt in 1932 and 1936, issued a joint statement: "Emphasizing the admitted iniquities of a small number of businessmen, the administration allowed itself to underrate and even to sneer at the contribution of business enterprise to our national welfare. . . . It may have been the manner as much as the measures of the administration which produced this impression, but in any event...

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