An Active Voice
by James E. Mendenhall - 1941
IN A PERIOD OF NATIONAL EMERGENCY WHETHER THAT emergency be an economic depression or a world war, the consumer is likely to be "the forgotten man." When the resources of a nation are directed toward restoring business prosperity or toward building up military defense, there is the ever-present danger that the welfare of the mass of consumers will be overlooked or ignored.
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