Business & Finance: Self-Regulation

A constant complaint of U.S. business against Washington in recent years has been the growing tendency toward regulation of industry. The present Administration has steadily opposed this tendency, however, not only because it is harmful to business itself, and to the public at large, but because it steadily increases the expenses of the Federal Government and thus prevents tax reduction.

Now the Chamber of Commerce has stepped into the breach with a constructive suggestion—that U.S. business regulate itself. At the National Distribution Conference to be held in Washington Dec. 15, a definite plan will be introduced, discussed. The contention of...

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