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October 1932
America;10/1/1932, Vol. 47 Issue 26, p617
The article reports on the impact of the upturn in business in the U.S. According to the author, this development has raised new hopes for a not-so-distant prosperity with the reemployment of a few thousand of people, reopening of a few hundred factories, and reinvesting of hoarded capital securities. In addition, this new progress has brought back the cry for a more hopeful outlook and a more aggressive attitude.


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