MANAGEMENT: Businessman's Book

To his varied distinctions as an out-of-the-ordinary businessman, Eric Johnston last week added another. The smooth, bright-faced president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce published his first book, America Unlimited (Doubleday, Doran; $2.50), with a first printing of 250,000 copies. In it, he expounds briskly and sometimes brilliantly the evangel of free competitive enterprise which he has preached up & down the U.S., South America and Britain.

Frank to concede the "deadly sins" of U.S. business as well as of labor (TIME, March 27, 1944), Author Johnston nonetheless believes that U.S. capitalism...

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