Business & Finance: Customers' Man

No great Wall Street novel is Customers' Man by Boyden Sparkes, published last week by Frederick A. Stokes Co. ($1.50). But in swift-moving, unadorned narrative style it sets forth a good portrait of a Customers' Man of the Coolidge era. Before publication, the Board of Governors of the New York Stock Exchange had pamphlet copies privately printed for their own reading. To them the subject is especially interesting, for since the Crash of 1929 the Exchange has done much to lessen the evils of which Mr. Sparkes writes. Customers' Man Robert Loomis had a...

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