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Everybody is w talking business, except the businessman. The politicians, the doctrinaires, the parsons, the long-haired youths and short-haired maidens from the Universities, all have fixed views on industrial and commercial questions. Most of them are prepared to explain at a moment's tice how any piece of business should be conducted. From the smaller details right up to the higher organisation of industry there is thing upon which they are t ready to express an opinion, the view expressed being, generally speaking, the more definite and exact in inverse ratio to the experience of its author. In all this dicussion the business man is silent.