INDUSTRY: Little Men

Nobody in the Roosevelt Administration, except a few incorrigible sentimentalists, has been very deeply interested in the nation's little businessmen since the nation's little businessmen—disliking the price and pay-fixing provisions of NRA—wrung the Blue Eagle's neck. Last month Secretary of Commerce Daniel Calhoun Roper, who will be 71 next All Fool's Day, was permitted to lead his long-ignored Business Advisory Council to the White House, along with the platoon of other business bigwigs who have taken and given counsel there recently. It then occurred to Uncle Dan, who has lived on...

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