MANAGEMENT: The Big Question

At Manhattan's Waldorf-Astoria last week, delegates to the National Association of Manufacturers' 55th annual congress were in an unusually humble mood. Unlike other years, when NAMsters have freely bombarded the Administration, there were only a few stray potshots. In fact, N.A.M. ex-President Ira Mosher thought that the world situation looked so serious that ways had to be found finally to "heal the breach" between Government and business.

Although NAMsters were against the Administration's excess-profits tax, they were ready to go along with a boost in corporate and other taxes. Some of them, notably Lewis H. Brown, Johns-Manville board chairman, talked...

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