Vanderbilt Law Review


Eugene P. Foley

First Page



The diversified composition of small business frequently causes those unfamiliar with small business problems to despair of finding means to strengthen this vital segment of our economy. What can be done to help such an amorphous group develop a form that can withstand the pressures of a competitive society? There is no specialized material with which a small business can be coated, like a space capsule, to make it resistant to the heat and stresses of risk-taking in a profit and loss economy.