A Boston lawyer, born in Michigan, educated at Yale and the Harvard Law School, HARVEY H. BUNDY served as secretary to Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes. He was an assistant to Herbert Hoover in the United States Food Administration and later became an Assistant Secretary of State from 1931 to 1933. From 1941 to 1945 he was a Special Assistant to Secretary of War Stimson. He is at present Chairman of the Trustees of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. In his private as in his official life he has heard things worth remembering, and some of the most penetrating utterances he now shares with us.
“Securities in corporations whose directors are known to be trading in and out of the stock on special information for their own personal profit are coming more and more to be looked upon askance by investors.”