Business & Finance: Mental Trouble

Placing its fingers on the unsteady pulse of U.S. reconversion, the National City Bank of New York gave its diagnosis of the cause of the nation's economic bellyache. Said the bank in its October Letter: "The economic situation reveals . . . the unwillingness of people to reconvert their attitudes from those . . . [of] war to [those of] peace. It is already seen that physical reconversion will be no vast or long-drawn problem. But reconversion is more than a physical process. It requires new attitudes, and above all acceptance of the fact that production, prices, and . ....

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