Will Business Commit Suicide?

December 1942
New Republic;12/14/42, Vol. 107 Issue 24, p780
Comments on the views of business leader William P. Witherow about post-war business conditions in the U.S. Witherow's support for a return to business-as-usual and economic isolation in the country; Arguments that Witherow's thoughts run in conflict with views about the importance of a worldwide development of construction and industrialization to the private enterprise.


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