The Executives' Club of Chicago
urges you to hear
Outstanding Authority on American Affairs and Former Presidential Advisor
You Still Can't Get Something For Nothing
Friday, 12:00 noon, May 26, 1950
Grand Ballroom, Hotel Sherman
Raymond Moley is the most widely traveled and certainly one of the most important writers on political and economic affairs in America. Noted for his middle-of-the-road reporting, he is a very practical and realistic observer. Presently he is a professor of law at Columbia University, a radio commentator and millions read his special weekly editorial in Newsweek and his newspaper column on public affairs now syndicated throughout the nation. He was the first of the economic and public policy advisors chosen by Mr. Roosevelt and at one time he served as Assistant Secretary of State under Cordell Hull. His disagreement with the advisors who started leaning to the left caused him to sever his relations with the Administration before the end of the President's first term and subsequently he became one of the most outspoken critics of the New Deal. Mr. Moley is just back from England where he spent a month appraising at first hand the issues and individuals involved in the British general election. A compelling speaker, Mr. Moley is a challenging analyst having wide experience with politics and politicians.
President M. Glen Miller will preside.
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