Plain Talk to LIBERALS

February 1944
New Republic;2/21/44, Vol. 110 Issue 8, p226
Focuses on achieving integration between the American liberal intellectual and the American liberal, businessman. Comparison of the social viewpoints of American liberal intellectual and the American businessman; Agreement on the view that they must speed up democratic processes for the achievement of ideals of freedom, equality and orderly justice may be achieved; Plea for intelligent, realistic cooperation between both groups in the public interest; Statement that the businessman has much to learn from the liberal intellectual, who is the social conscience of the society.


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