Executive View by Marshall Loeb: Who Killed Jack Armstrong?

The stock market has come alive, industrial production is growing like a young colt, and 4 million more Americans are at work than a year ago. Then why do so many people feel so skeptical and tentative about the economy?

Walter Wriston, probably the nation's most influential banker, thinks he has some answers. As chairman of New York's Citicorp, he is a gilt-edged Establishmentarian who gets an insider's rare look at loan-seeking corporations and bends elbows with their chiefs at the Metropolitan Club and the Greenbrier and the Business Roundtable. Yes,...

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