Business: Businessman, What Now?

To the first eight months of World War II, many a U. S. businessman did not strongly react. He strolled through them loudly isolationist, thankful for whatever war orders came his way, half presuming that no future could be worse than the past ten years of Depression and New Deal.

By last week, many a U. S. businessman was not so sure. In spite of the violent reaction of the stock and commodity markets, it was still too early to measure the exact effect of Hitler's new war on his sales, production, profits....

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