Business: Opportunity Challenge

This new management was best ex pressed in Eisenhower's choice of his Cab inet and sub-Cabinet. The majority of the men were called directly from business, in most cases big business. Businessmen realize this is as much a challenge as an opportunity. After 20 years of claiming they could do things better than the New Dealers, they now have the chance to put up or shut up. Fortunately, many of Eisenhower's appointees have had some past Government experience, and are approaching their problems not with preconceptions and radical solutions, but with a flexible, pragmatic attitude.

Their approach to the five most...

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