Education: School for Employers

Atop two white poles flanking the broad granite steps of the Baker Memorial Library in Boston, are two gold eagles, one facing east, the other north. Up the steps, between the eagles, into a lecture room of Harvard's Graduate School of Business Administration this week will march 300 or more industrialists. They will be going to take advice on their labor problems from an absent-minded professor who loses his overcoat regularly on the New Haven R. R. but who in 1933, three years before its arrival, forecast the coming of C. I. O....

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