Radio: Any Bonds Today?

Said Variety:

"Without a war there were $2,500,000,000 in bonds sold. That's only a fraction of the foreseeable cash needs of America rising to its colossal destiny, and it will fall, it must fall, it has fallen to the broadcasters of the U.S. to disregard all former ideas of a proper amount of 'free time' to give any Government agency. The Treasury is perhaps incapable of being 'popular' in the frivolous sense, but it must have 'popular' support in the wider sense....Radio will perform a real service if it applies its showmanship ingenuity...

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