"All of us are interested in national prosperity. Every job holder knows that when business is good and expanding, jobs are plentiful and pay goes up. On the other hand, if business slumps, even the hardest-working folks may get laid off. Wives are interested, too. They are purchasing agents. (The experts say that women control the purchase of 85 percent of all the consumer goods sold in the United States.) They are naturally concerned with family incomes, employment, and prices. In today's troubled world, the strong American economy - its - industrial system, its agriculture, all that goes to make it up - is the shield of the free world against Communist agression. If that shield were to be weakened it would be a matter of concern to all of us. If instead it is going to be strengthened, this is a heartening fact."
Good Reading Rack Service, 1956