What Can Government Offer--What Can Business Expect?

Arnold, Thurman W.
June 1939
Vital Speeches of the Day;6/15/39, Vol. 5 Issue 17, p525
Presents the text of a speech delivered by Thurman W. Arnold, assistant attorney general of the U.S. before the National Association of Purchasing Agents, on May 22, 1939, which deals with business.


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