National Affairs: Hoover Speech

Lifting up his voice in Newark, N.J., Nominee Hoover addressed himself to Labor, including "the woman who stays at home as the guardian of the welfare of the family. She is a partner on the job and the wages."

He said: "Behind every job is a vast, intricate and delicately adjusted system of interlocked industries dependent upon skilled leadership."

He said: "The modern relationships of government and industry are a tangled mass of economic and social problems. They are neither abstract propositions nor statistics. They are very human things. They can make for the happiness of every home in our country."

He harked back...

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