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The American people against Hitler. The willingness of the American people to participate in this war. Radicalism. Democracy. Asking and answering the question "What do you think the employee gets of the income produced in industry?" Sustaining the system of private enterprise. An examination of the income of workers and employers and stockholders in the United States. Statements of radicals. Some figures and specific examples. The misconception, nationally and internationally, regarding the distribution of income produced in any democratic country as the greatest delusion in the world. The speaker's own illustrative experience. The dangers and consequences of government control and responsibility for the people. The system of open competition. The fairness of labour. The benefits of democracy.