"America is a whale of success," said a wise statesman some years ago in referring to our thriving economy. But today, when our success in bettering our standard of living is more sweeping than ever, we are slow about admitting it. We seldom stop critizing our own shortcomings because we believe that nothing is fixed, frozen or final, and that the search for improvement is a continuing responsibility. Though "The Star Spangled Banner" is our official anthem, the refrain we constantly chant is "Anything You Can Do, You Should Do Better."
Good Reading Rack Service, 1953