MANUFACTURING: Making America Click

Last week the National Association of Manufacturers met for its 43rd annual congress with the biggest attendance ever, come to Manhattan to ogle Guest Speaker Anthony Eden (see p. 9) and mull the keynote of "Making America Click."

For its first 37 years N. A. M. helped America click chiefly by being a clearinghouse of industrial information, a super trade-association. But under Roosevelt N. A. M. has become more and more the Voice of Industry, first pro-New Deal, then so bitterly anti that N. A. M. sound-offs sounded like Republican campaign speeches. Two...

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