Business: One-Man Bull

In hard times one of the glummest spots in the U. S. is the plot on Wall Street where stands the New York Stock Exchange. Since last fall's slump in the market few wives of habitues of that spot have bought fur coats. But to Mr. Aaron Mendele Kaye, from a more favorable spot on Manhattan's West 46th Street, things do not look so glum. One day last week, as proprietor of the Ritz Fur Shop, he sent telegrams to President Roosevelt and Secretary Morgenthau saying that despite everything he still had confidence in Big Business; to prove it he would...

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