The Capitalist Challenge: THE MISSION

AS the conference delegates headed home this week, they took with them the satisfaction of a job well done, the exhilaration of a bigger task worth tackling. Free enterprise had re-examined and rediscovered its inherent sense of mission. Its creed was laid down by Keynoter Eugene Black:

"Give us the right atmosphere, and we will sow towns and cities in place of theories, and place enterprise and production above politics. We will show you how to achieve in peace a much fuller independence than it is possible to win on the battlefield or across the negotiating table. Without sacrificing the rich spiritual...

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