Business & Finance: Up Sentiment, Up Trade

What businessmen thought about business in the past few months has been more important than business itself. By last week, however, the state of sentiment had so improved that businessmen were once more concerned with the state of trade. They had pondered the President's reassuring fireside talk; they knew that Big Business was again a welcome White House caller; they read a lot about the Roosevelt "truce" with industry and banking. And if there was still any doubt about the Administration's mellowing attitude, it should have been dismissed by the haste with...

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