Management Helps Workers

Until businessmen show heart and sympathy as well as ability and show a genuine desire to reduce the anxieties and, problems of the workers in this country they will continue to be distrusted and ignored on the public questions for which their experience and judgment is peculiarly suited. And they will be voted out of influence accordingly in a democracy that only requires 51% to name its officers and pass its laws.

These soberly humanitarian words were spoken last week, not by a New Dealer but by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce chairman...

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