Business & Finance: Sprague to Directing Classes

In a huff last autumn. Professor Oliver Mitchell Wentworth Sprague resigned as money adviser to the Treasury. Since then he has returned to his chair at the Harvard Business School, has been retained as foreign exchange and trade adviser to General Motors Export Co. and has attempted to create "an aroused and organized public opinion," which he said was the only "defense from a drift into unrestrained inflation." Most conservative businessmen regarded him as their best friend and stoutest ally. Last week they were shocked and startled when Professor Sprague turned around and let fly at them...

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