WE American citizens received a great heritage.
Our forefathers created a great nation, based on principles which we all know and cherish.
The principles of political equality between individuals, of economic opportunities open to all men, of "millions for defense, but not one cent for tribute," and of "my country, right or wrong," are highly treasured.
All of us must defend and protect that heritage and the sound principles upon which it was built.
The American system of private enterprise created a vast productive mechanism far beyond the dreams of the nation's founders: a productive enterprise system which has twice saved the world from awesome destruction and its peoples from abject slavery.
Those who make their livelihood as managers of this pro-