Every chance he gets, Secretary of Commerce Charles Sawyer tries to persuade the Administration to take the heat off business. Last week, Charlie Sawyer told nearly 700 admen at White Sulphur Springs that they could help the cooling-off process. The way to do it, said the Secretary of Commerce, was for business to win back the political power which it has lost.

"Not only the ownership but the power of business has been dissipated," said Sawyer. "Both politically and economically, but chiefly politically, its power has dwindled. Agriculture and labor exercise the great political power. Business should regain some of...

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