John T. Flynn, the financial publicist and author, will address the second general meeting of the Harvard Inquiry in the Lowell House common room at 8 o'clock tonight. His subject "Mismanaged Capitalism" will include a discussion of the Kreuger and Insull cases and their significance. This talk will carry on the Inquiry's program of discussing the question, "What does the depression reveal about the need for long run changes?". Mr. Flynn is the author of "God's Gold, John D. Rockefeller and His Times" and of numerous other books and articles on financial matters.
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