PERSONNEL: Composite Opinion

PERSONNEL Composite Opinion

For ten years politicians and reformers have kept U. S. business in the doghouse. It was reputed antisocial, partly because of a few unsavory incidents, but mainly because the prosperity of the 20s did not last forever. It was tacitly assumed that businessmen as a group were reactionary. But neither the few who spoke for business nor the many who spoke against it had much if any evidence of what businessmen really thought. Recently FORTUNE decided to find out.

Last week FORTUNE published the first (of a series of) findings. Obtained by...

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