Mr. Willkie in His Own Words

September 1940
New Republic;9/2/40, Vol. 103 Issue 10, p327
The article provides information about the purpose of businessman Wendell Willkie before he decided to run for presidential position in the U.S. He is concern on the development of the Tennessee Valley Authority bill and how will it affect to the business sector. He intends to rehabilitate the reputation of big business and preserve its power against governmental competition or regulation..


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