Medicine: Promotion Can Kill

Washington's Advertising Club, with eager-beaver young executives chainsmoking and fidgeting in their seats, provided a perfect audience last week for Industrial Medicine-Man Robert Collier Page (TIME. May 24). Warned Page: "Chances of getting ahead in the next decade . . . are going to be many times greater than anyone has ever known . . . Opportunity for every able man and woman, from office boy to vice president, will be spelled out in letters as big as barn doors . . . There is a terrible danger hidden in [this]: unless you are up to the challenge mentally and physically,...

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