MANAGEMENT: Youth Be Served

Into the gilded ballroom of Manhattan's Waldorf-Astoria Hotel last week trooped 3,000 members of the National Association of Manufacturers for their annual convention.

They were there to promote "New Strength for America"—their own confident combination of productive know-how, acre-straddling plants and free enterprise. But they also exhibited a sign of rare self-examination. They had invited as their guests 49 students, 32 college professors and school administrators from all over the U.S. From the younger generation N.A.M. hoped to get a new and fresh answer to the perennial question of N.A.M. and businessmen in general: How are we doing?

A Ready Answer....

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