GOVERNMENT: Word of Warning

A member of the Eisenhower Administration last week warned businessmen of their new responsibilities. "Business is on trial in Washington," Commerce Secretary Sinclair Weeks told a convention of magazine publishers at White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. "Business is also on trial in Wall Street and Main Street . . . In the days of Horatio Alger and Calvin Coolidge, business was the pin-up hero. Then came the financial crash and the Depression. That tragedy gave every rabble-rouser a chance to blame business . . . It has taken business more than two decades to climb back to where it is...

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