THE RAINBOW by Donald Richberg


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Another spotlight turned on the N R A -- and by a man who knew it from the inside out, and is well qualified to speak. He builds up a convincing case for the N R A, recognizing its problems and its shortcomings, but demonstrating that its partial success proved the crying need for some form of cooperative industrial organization to stabilize the social picture and to save the best of the N R A. Will be of interest to those who share his feeling -- and this includes a vast number of the leading industrialists of the country.

Pub Date: Feb. 7th, 1935
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran