Letters, Apr. 14, 1958

Everybody's Business

Sir:

The state of this nation, including the recession, is the result of decisions that are made "after breakfast," "after lunch," "after a smoke," "after a while," and now "after golf." We have become a nation of "afters."

JOHN J. KONALIE

Middletown, Pa.

Sir:

So the top labor leaders are telling our President what to do about the recession. Did any of them tell him that one reason for this recession is that their own unions, plus federal taxes, have forced prices up so high that a lot of us cannot purchase all...

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