INDUSTRY: Government Out of Business

A bold promise to take the Government out of private business after the War helped the Republican party win the 1920 election. Twelve years passed but few U. S. businessmen could see where that campaign pledge had been fulfilled by the G. O. P. In good times, they loudly complained, it was difficult enough to buck the U.S. as a rival producer. In bad times it was ruinously impossible. Last May the Democratic House of Representatives voted to investigate the whole problem of Government competition with private enterprise. Appointed was a special...

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