A Bold Creed for Modern Capitalism

WHERE is the real radical, the real revolutionary, to be found in the U.S. today?'' asked American Trucking Associations President Neil J. Curry last week. His answer: "Behind the desk of any business establishment." Twenty-five years ago the claim would have sounded absurd. It still seems so to many businessmen. In his own mirror, the average U.S. businessman sees an unyielding and uncompromising conservative face; yet he has been largely responsible for the dynamic forward drive of the U.S. economy that has had a revolutionary effect on...

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