The attached testimony concerns the usefulness of the free market economy when harnessed as a tool to assimilate new comers:
"Consider, now the effect of the campaigns of our sales agencies upon the mind of the immigrant. In no other country has business mustered such an array of talent to conduct its advertising. Persistently, seductively, one sermon is preached: Buy! Buy! The natural result is that the peasant worker becomes dissatisfied with his form of living. How often have factory-owners complained to me that the trouble with the alien is his growing extravagance. But shall we not lay a large portion of the blame to our sales forces, which so persistently and so shrewdly beset him with all manner of temptation? And when he succumbs, why wonder that he grows more aggressive, demanding higher wages and striking when the demand is denied?"